The source code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was officially released not too long ago, and just as we predicted – the community has already started porting it over to current generation Android devices. The latest version of Android is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S2 and LG Optimus 3D. Sure, they’re only alpha builds, with features like Bluetooth, WiFi and other radios not functioning at the moment, but you can expect all that to be rectified in the near future. You can also expect the port to arrive on more phones in the future as well.
But judging by the video footage, the builds do look pretty good, though we have an abundance of extra Android keys due to the presence of physical buttons as well as the onscreen buttons found on the operating system, but that should be the least of our problems. Stay tuned for news of ICS on other devices.
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