Nexus One CM9 ICSIt looks like HTC phones sure are on a roll when it comes to getting the latest Android updates. Previously we reported about the HD2 and the G1 receiving Ice Cream Sandwich, and now we have another phone to add to the mix: the original Google flagship device aka the Nexus One. The CyanogenMod team have been hard at work porting Android 4.0 over to the phone, and it looks like they’re on the right track.

Despite being an early build without hardware acceleration, Ice Cream Sandwich appears to be running pretty well on the device. Features like the camera and USB mass storage aren’t working at the moment, but you can be pretty sure it’ll be solved in a matter of days. In the meantime, head to XDA-developers to follow the progress of the ROM, and check out the video demonstration of Ice Cream Sandwich running on the Nexus One:

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