Ice Cream Sandwich running on a ZiiLABS ZMS-20-powered tablet

ZiiLABS ICS previewThe folks over at ZiiLABS have just released a video demonstrating Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on a JAGUAR 7″ – an Android tablet that is powered by ZiiLABS’ ZMS-20 dual-core processor. If you’ve ever wondered about what the performance of Ice Cream Sandwich would be like on tablets that use the ZMS-20 SoC, this video shows it all, and I gotta say it’s pretty impressive. The whole UI flows smoothly, there is no noticeable lag when transitioning screens and games run fluidly. No word on what devices will be taking advantage of the ZMS-20 in the future, but it’s good to know that it’s ICS-ready. Check out the video demonstration after the break and find out more about the ZMS-20:

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