- News tagged "android 4.0"
Tuesday, 27 Dec 2011
Following recent announcements by Samsung and Sony Ericsson, LG also unveiled the Android 4.0 upgrade schedule for several of its phones which include the LG Optimus 2X, Prada phone by LG 3.0, LG Optimus 3D, LG Optimus Sol, the LG Optimus Black.
Thursday, 22 Dec 2011
If you cannot wait for the official Android 4.0 update from HTC in early 2012, you can try the Android 4.0 ROM that was leaked on XDA.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011
Google hit the brakes on the Android 4.0 update for Samsung Nexus S devices in some regions while they "monitor feedback" from users.
Monday, 19 Dec 2011
Google announced Android 4.0.3, an incremental update to the ICS platform which includes a number of optimizations, bug fixes and new APIs for developers. The company is also rolling out ICS updates for Samsung Nexus S over the coming month.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
Two images of a Xperia phone with the Sony brand have surfaced on the Internet, signaling a new wave of devices that will appear when Sony Ericsson is folded back under Sony.
Monday, 12 Dec 2011
The soon-to-be available Huawei Honor will be upgradeable to Google Android 4.0. And true to that, a Huawei executive posted a photo of the company's latest smartphone sporting the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS on a unit.
Consumer electronics manufacturer Coby will unveil five Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablets in 2012 with 7, 8, 9, 9.7 and 10-inches variants. The company plans to unveil the tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 next month.
Friday, 9 Dec 2011
Samsung is rumored to launch a 11.6-inch tablet at Mobile World Congress 2012 in February. The alleged specifications include Android 4.0, a 2560 x 1600 resolution display and a 2GHz dual-core processor.
Tuesday, 6 Dec 2011
Intel will be releasing smartphones and tablets running on Android 4.0 in the first half of 2012. The devices will be powered by Intel's upcoming Atom Medfield chips.
Monday, 5 Dec 2011
A stock Android 4.0 firmware of the upcoming Galaxy Nexus has just been released by Google. This gives Android users an opportunity to revert the Galaxy Nexus to its original state should the rooting process go wrong.