First Trial of Android 4.0 at the Nexus S

The first estimates for Ice Cream Sandwich in the Nexus S is quite "tasty"

Google and Samsung simply unveiled the Galaxy Nexus last night and also the device options some lust-worthy specs as well as a 720p HD screen however what’s creating several Android fans’ hearts beat faster is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and is wealth of latest options and style. Well, though you don’t have the money for the most recent phone from Samsung, you’ll be happy to grasp that Android Ice Cream Sandwich are coming back to devices just like the Nexus S and different Gingerbread phones soon.

Perhaps not unexpected, but fortunate to have the first chance to try out Android 4.0 at the Nexus S, are none other than the workers themselves of Google, which apparently verify the expectations for a truly delicious functional. The fact that workers experience more functional, in turn, means that these will be released to the public soon enough. The company hopes that employees will find any unpleasant “flavors” before released regularly and officially iced cake, and identify the consumer. 

The Galaxy Nexus can land in November and we’d hope that the Google expertise devices just like the Nexus S would be updated shortly once the discharge. the important question is when different Gingerbread devices, particularly current devices just like the Motorola Droid Razr can receive the ICS update. A report suggests that the Droid Razr are obtaining the most recent version of Android in early 2012.
What’s the massive fuss concerning Android 4.0 ICS?

Together with unifying the pill and phone versions of the platform, this options a revamped user interface and multiple new options. initial of all, there’s a replacement font named Robotica that is meant to be optimized for 1280 x 720 screens just like the Galaxy Nexus. The lock screen has been modified, there are additional consistent user interaction gestures throughout the core of the platform and new photo editing capabilities. There are in all probability many different tiny enhancements in there that we tend to can’t wait to check.


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