With Android 4.0, codenamed “Ice Cream Sandwich,” being the talk of the town, owners of Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S II have been anxious to hear if and when they’ll receive Google’s latest mobile update.
Ice Cream Sandwich, the newest (and arguably best) version of Android, will soon be available on the entire Xperia line of gadgets from Sony.
Lenovo might be getting ready to pop out a new Android tablet, this time running Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest (and best designed) version of Google’s mobile OS, by the end of 2011.
The Nexus One, the first Google-branded Android phone, won’t be getting an upgrade when Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) is released to the public, Google confirmed today.
Editor's Pick For too long, Android has been the ugly cousin to Apple’s iOS in terms of design. But with the release of Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich, all that is changing.
Verizon Wireless plans to offer the powerful Samsung Galaxy Nexus running the next generation of Android software “this year,” the company said late Friday.
Motorola must have felt a little left out yesterday when it launched its slick-looking Droid Razr smartphone because Samsung launched an even bigger phone with the newest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, later the same day. Not unexpectedly, Motorola said it has plans in place to update the Razr to Android 4.0 by early 2012.
Tonight, we bring you exciting live news from Google’s Android event in Hong Kong.
As if to purposefully make new iPhone 4S owners feel screen size envy, Samsung and Google today finally announced the long-awaited Galaxy Nexus, a mammoth 4.65-inch smartphone running Android 4.0.
Google and Samsung announced they will hold their previously canceled mobile event in Hong Kong on October 18th.
Google’s Android operating system update Ice Cream Sandwich will officially launch on October 11, according to a placeholder set up on the “androiddevelopers” Youtube page.
Samsung has announced a press event for Oct. 11, and many mobile pundits suspect it’s where the Nexus Prime smartphone and the next version of the Android operating system will be officially shown for the first time.
One lucky eBay buyer got to preview the new version of Google Android a little early when he bought a Samsung Nexus S preloaded with Ice Cream Sandwich. The buyer then sent a 2-minute video demo to Engadget.
Who needs Galaxy S II? Not Verizon Wireless. The carrier is reportedly planning a far bigger smartphone release from Samsung, the Droid Prime, for this October, according to the mobile news site Boy Genius Report.
Several images of the latest unreleased version of Android—code named Ice Cream Sandwich—leaked online Thursday evening, giving smartphone fans their first glimpse at the operating system’s new style and features.
Google may be sticking with Nexus S manufacturer Samsung for its first Android 4.0 phone, potentially called the Nexus Prime, according to the mobile site Boy Genius Report.
Google today announced the next version of its Android mobile operating system. As previously reported, Google is carrying on the dessert theme for Android names and dubbing the update Ice Cream Sandwich (the current version is called Honeycomb).
Search giant Google, which dove into the mobile market just a few years ago, announced today that it has activated 100 million Android devices to date.