Finally the long wait is over and Android’s latest upgrade Ice Cream Sandwich is finally arriving in October or November. The news came direct from the horse’s mouth – it was Google’s chairman Eric Schmidt himself during an on-stage talk at the Dreamforce conference. We had already reported last month that Android Ice Cream Sandwich would be landing in October so that the market is not swept away by Apple’s iPhone 5 and iOS 5.
This new Android OS will provide a unified platform to both smartphones and tablets. Earlier pictures of the Android 4.0 OS have surfaced on the internet running on a Nexus phone. The images showed a revamped notification bar, new launched and app drawer and a blue color scheme. The changes seem to be in sync with Honeycomb. The Ice Cream Sandwich will also feature Virtual Camera Operator head-tracking API.
With both Apple and Google launching their new operating systems in October, looks like there will be a real show down between iOS 5 and Ice Cream Sandwich!
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