With iPhone rumored to be releasing in October, Google has also decided to bring out its latest baby i.e. Android 4.0 the “Ice Cream Sandwich” – the successor of Honeycomb. The Ice Cream Sandwich was to be released in Q4 2011 but looks like Google is in no mood to let iPhone steal market from it. According to BGR, Google “doesn’t want potential customers coming out of contracts (especially original DROID owners) and “drooling over the iPhone 5.”
Ice Cream aims to bring a unified platform for both mobiles phones as well as tablets. Other features include huge improvements to the Android camera app. The camera would automatically follow the individual who is talking. In addition facial recognition technology, and a resolution-agnostic experience are also being introduced.
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