According to a report this morning from phonearena.com, a spokesperson at Sony Ericsson’s London office has confirmed to SoMobile that they are upgrading all of their current (2011) Xperia devices to Ice Cream Sandwich. Sony Ericsson hasn’t said when this upgrade procedure will begin, and it seems a bit lofty at the moment, but nonetheless
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With Ice Cream Sandwich right around the corner we are looking forward to the next big significant change on Android handsets. While it won’t be that big a jump for tablets some of the handset feature improvements will be huge. I for one have become accustomed to the true multi-tasking ability on a Honeycomb tablet.
Last week an alleged Samsung road map was leaked on the interwebs. Most outlets quickly picked it up and reported it as fact. Samsung Mobile quickly turned around and denied everything on it. Most of the websites and their readers felt certain that Samsung was just trying to hush the rumors and the leaked road
Whether this is for real or not, Android Police have just gotten their hands on some photos of what looks to be an Ice Cream Sandwich build running on a Nexus S. There aren’t really any shots of the UI or anything that would get us SUPER excited, but there is enough UI shots to
Between Androidandme and Boy Genius Report Samsung, HTC, and LG are all making the next version of the Google Nexus phone, and the first phone to run the next version of Android, dubbed “Ice Cream Sandwich”. Although most Android enthusiasts, fans and users knew that after Honeycomb the next version of Android would have some
Samsung Telecommunication (Samsung Mobile) chief JK Shin revealed to analysts and journalists on a Dow Jones call that Samsung is indeed prepping the Galaxy S 3 for an early 2012 release. While this is great news, the Samsung Galaxy S 2 hasn’t “officially” been released in the United States yet. Now US customers are faced
This morning BGR is reporting, through an unnamed source, many of the features that you will see on the next official “Google” Android Phone and the flagship device for Ice Cream Sandwich. Now understand Jonathan Geller, Boy Genius Extraordinaire, has been doing this reporter thing, well, ,since he was a kid so he’s pretty sharp
Mike over at techhog.com scored an exclusive from an old college buddy that works on the Android team over at Google. This buddy of Mike’s revealed that Google is courting both HTC and LG to manufacture the next installment of the Nexus saga. HTC manufactured the first Nexus One phone that is still more popular
San Francisco, CA- This morning at Google IO during the main keynote address, it was announced that the next version of Android will officially be called “Ice Cream Sandwich”. If you remember back to Mobile World Congress, former Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, revealed that the next version of Android would merge Honeycomb with Gingerbread and
Although we’ve already heard that the next release of Android will be called Ice Cream Sandwich, Eric Schmidt clarified the Google Android releases today in the Q&A portion of his keynote address. Schmidt said that there are two very distinct current versions of Android, Gingerbread which is for phones and Honeycomb which is for tablets.
Often sensationalistic site Pop Herald has made us aware of a screen shot and a video of a Nexus S in Germany running Android 2.4 although we are only on Android 2.3, Gingerbread. We just recently found out that the next version of Android (presumably for handsets) is Ice Cream Sandwich, could this be the
With all of the delicious sounding build out names for Android we would expect Andy Rubin to be a hefty man, obviously it’s not the case. No matter who it is with the sweet tooth at the Googleplex the next version of Android after 3.0 Honeycomb is Ice Cream. Rubin told Tech Crunch’s Michael Arrington