Want to know what the next version of Android is going to look like? Well you don’t have to wait anymore – provided the screenshots above are the real deal. The folks over at RootzWiki have published some photographs of a Nexus S running what is said to be Android 4.0, better known as Ice Cream Sandwich. According to them, the OS is still in its very early stages and not 100% functional, so we shouldn’t expect it to be released anytime soon.
Ice Cream Sandwich is said to feature a new blue theme (which reminds me of CyanogenMod’s colors) to replace the green in Gingerbread (which is strange considering the Android Market get updated not too long ago to sport the current green which matches Gingerbread), a camera with integrated panorama feature, and some Honeycomb-like UI details. The updated version of Android is said to be hitting the Nexus S when it is released, but not after the “Nexus Prime” (the next Nexus device) hits the stores first.
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