Andy Rubin gives us a hands-on look at Google’s updated Android UI and runs a few programs, including Quake and Google Maps Street View. Continue reading to watch.

It’s interesting, with things like Quake and Google Maps Street View looking pretty great, especially on a phone running at 300 Mhz (half of the iPhone’s processing power). It’s not perfect, but it’s also not ready for prime time

[via Gizmodo]