10/16/2012, We were at the LG Optimus G launch in Korea on September 17, where we were able to briefly play with it. The Optimus G is the first smartphone to launch with the Quad-Core SnapDragon S4 Pro processor, so it is supposed to offer state-of-the-art performance. From what we have seen with the pre-production unit in Korea, it was fast indeed. It looks like LG is back in the game […]
08/22/2012, Yes, we have heard about how the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean ROM has been leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S3 a few days ago, where it will run unrestricted on international models of the smartphone, but before Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich bids goodbye to the Galaxy S3, how about having one last Ice Cream Sandwich update being released by Samsung themselves for the road? This is what GSMHelpdesk.nl claims, […]
06/25/2012, Verizon has started to update a small number of Motorola RAZR Maxx phones and this is one of them. If you’re not familiar with this handset, you can go read our full review of the Motorola RAZR Maxx, but for now, we’ll go over some of the best new features that Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich (or ICS) brings to this device, along with some improvements from Motorola itself. […]
01/12/2012, Do you happen to own an Asus Transformer tablet? Also known as TF101 if you are into model numbers and the like, Asus did promise the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to Transformer owners last week, touting that it will roll out shortly after the one for the Prime (TF201), so that means any time after today (January 12th). Since Ice Cream Sandwich for the Prime was introduced earlier, […]
11/01/2011, Samsung and Google have hit the nail in the head with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus announcement. We’ve published many rumors about the worldwide/European launch, but word is out that the U.S Verizon launch would happen on, or just after black Friday – that’s according to droidlife moles and it is consistent with previous rumors. It’s not clear who decided on that date, but everything seems to line up in the […]
10/24/2011, Can your smartphone actually have enough muscle to function as a full fledged game console? I don’t think so, but perhaps what you see happen to the Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich might be the future – where USB hosting capability could very well see USB gamepads work on the smartphone, and when you have HDMI output thrown into the mix, this might very well end up […]
10/19/2011, Developers as well as coders will be pleased to hear that Google’s source code for Ice Cream Sandwich, their latest and greatest version of the mobile operating system, is ready to be released to the masses so that they can tinker with it. A post on the Android Building Google Groups page saw developer Dan Morrill mention that Google will “release the source for the recently-announced Ice Cream Sandwich soon, […]
10/18/2011, Looks like the Samsung Nexus Prime gets no respect at all – as it the much looked forward to device has just be announced by the good people over at NTT DoCoMo all the way in the Land of the Rising Sun despite it being hours away Stateside before Samsung and Google’s team up will see the upcoming super smartphone launched with Ice Cream Sandwich inside.
10/17/2011, It would not be impudent to say that the next version of Google’s Android operating system, version 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich is being looked forward to by many a user. After all, this is one interesting operating system that plays nice on both tablets and smartphones. It seems as though Google will be constructing a photo editor that will see action in the Android Gallery.
09/07/2011, Google’s next version of their operating system would be known as Ice Cream Sandwich, where the launch date did not accompany its announcement at the Google I/O event earlier this year. Guess all of that is going to change now, as Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt, has just revealed that Ice Cream Sandwich will roll out this October if all goes well, and if things go pear shaped before that, there […]