Chinese electronics company Ainovo has launched the NOVO7, which is now the first tablet to ship with the Android ’Ice Cream Sandwich‘ 4.0 OS, with a 7-inch touch screen and a cost attached of $99 with $60 shipping charges.
Popular Windows Phone and Android developer’s forum xda-developers.com has had one of its members port the very latest version of the Google mobile phone OS, to the three-year-old HTC G1 mobile phone.
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Consumer electronics giant Samsung released its first Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 mobile phone last week – in the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, where issues and bugs have already been seen with the handset.
Official statement from Adobe
Consumer electronics giant Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 handset went on sale last week, where reports of the lack of an Adobe flash player has already been noted by early adopters.
More just desserts
Consumer electronics giant Samsung has announced that its flagship Samsung Galaxy S II mobile phone will be gaining an update to the newest version of the Google mobile OS, known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
For handset retailers and coders to use
Our sister in-depth IT title thinq_ has published a piece surrounding Google releasing ahead of schedule the source code to the platform running on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Xperia is getting its just desserts
Solely owned Sony company Sony Ericsson has now made public which of their existing mobile phones will be getting an upgrade to the latest version of Android 4.0. This happens to be 11 phones, in their current line-up.
Or £499.99, on PAYG
Mobile phone network Three has opened up the ordering of the world’s first handset to arrive running Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 – the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, with a delivery date of early next week.
Director of Android operating system User Experience at Google Matias Duarte has out lined the new type face for the latest version of Android, in a detained explanation of its origin.