ZTE Mimosa X made official : ICS , Tegra 2 goes mainstream

ZTE just announced its latest mid range Android device , the Mimosa X. The phone not only packs a Tegra 2 chipset but also an Nvidia developed modem. The Icera 450 is 21mbps HSPA capable.

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Images of Android 4.0 for Droid Razr gets leaked

Motorola had just recently posted an Android 4.0 update schedule for all its devices also agreeing that there was a delay in cooking ICS for these devices, well one lucky Android 4.0 tester for Motorola Droid Razr has leaked some images of the device running latest version of Android.

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Swype update for Android 4.0 on its way

Swype , the extremely popular keyboard replacement for Android amongst other operating systems is getting a major update soon. The application which currently doesn’t support the latest version of Android ie ICS will include support for the OS in the latest update.

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Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet to get ICS in spring

Lenovo introduced one of the most well built and feature packed Android tablets last year based on the Honeycomb operating system. Since then Google has rolled out Android 4.0 ie Ice Cream Sandwich which brings several tablet specific enhancements like native support for stylus input which already comes with the Thinkpad tablet.

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HTC Ville shows up on video running Sense 4.0 on ICS

The rumor of HTC Ville has been around from about two to three months now and we had also written about it last week saying that it will be launching at MWC this year, well we have got more details about this device that it will be running Sense 4.0 on top of Android 4.0 and a video of the same has also surfaced which shows the device and it’s features, read on to know more about it.

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus India Launch postponed to March ?

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is actually a sweet device and currently the only one in the world according to my knowledge to run on Android 4.0 also known as ICS. The Galaxy Nexus is the 3rd member of the Nexus family of devices from Google and it is a c0-branded handset from Google and Samsung which runs on stock Android without any customization. The device was supposed to be launched in November last year and was postponed to December. Now more bad news as Samsung India’s official account tweeted that the device will now be tentatively launched in March. Still no definitive date though.  Having used the Galaxy Nexus for around a month now , I actually like the device for a few  things – Ice Cream Sandwich ,  it will be the first device to get Android updates as it is pushed directly by Google. The Camera is also incredibly fast.One thing i dislike about the device is the low quality of build materials used. Each time I open the back cover, I have a feeling it will break. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Nexus India Launch postponed to March ?”

Samsung Galaxy S2 running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Here is a video overview of the Samsung Galaxy S2 running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. You will only minor UI changes in the new update when compared to Gingerbread.Samsung has retained most of the TouchWiz customization.


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0.6% of all Android devices are on Ice Cream Sandwich

Android 4.0 was launched and announced in October and the first device to feature it was Google’s own Galaxy Nexus, and in December Nexus S got an upgrade to Android 4.0. Besides these two devices there are some other devices from other manufacturers running Ice Cream Sandwich unofficially through custom ROMs, through Google’s monthly report we have come to know that 0.6% of all the devices are running Android 4.0 which actually means that around 13 million to 15 million devices are running Andriod 4.0.

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Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab won’t get ICS – Samsung’s Korean Blog explains WHY?

Bearing in mind as how Samsung just proclaimed its preliminary round of ICS updates, it veritably should not come as a revelation that neither the Galaxy S nor the Galaxy Tab made the ICS cut, adding to the extensive record of Android devices that will not legitimately be modernized to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Galaxy Nexus Users Rejoice With Swype [Download]

Swyp e is a very famous app on the Android market and one of the best replacements for the stock Android keyboard. Swype can be used on various devices but the app was not updated to support devices running Android 4.0 but an XDA member – ‘theb1rdm4n’ customized Swype to work on the Galaxy Nexus. All those Galaxy Nexus users (using ICS) now have additional reasons to celebrate apart from the birth of Christ.

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Manually update Nexus S to Android 4.0

As I woke up this morning my Twitter timeline was going haywire and later came to know that Google had just started to update it’s Nexus S device to Android 4.0. Many people all over the world who own a Nexus S must be impatiently waiting for the update to arrive to their device but there are many people who can not wait and this post is for them. If you have a GSM Nexus S, you will be able to update your device to Android 4.0 with this easy procedure given below.

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Adobe Flash Player 11 update brings Ice Cream Sandwich support

Adobe Flash Player has been updated to version that brings support for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) devices. Adobe already promised that they would offer an update for the Flash Player to bring Android Ice Cream Sandwich support within this year. The only Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone Galaxy Nexus finally gets the ability to play Flash content. Continue reading “Adobe Flash Player 11 update brings Ice Cream Sandwich support”

Web page for Droid 4 leaked

Word is that the DROID 4 from Motorola will come to Verizon by 22nd December (as it has now mustered the FCC); optimistically, Santa knows what I want. As confirmation that Verizon is preparing to unleash the Motorola Droid 4, this screenshot is from the DridDoes.com web page with a link to the Droid 4, on the Droid 3 web page. We may even see this slide-out QWERTY 4G LTE baby foregoing the Galaxy Nexus, and this wouldn’t astonish me at all. Ultimately, this would be an element of the Droid 4 web page.

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Huawei releases ICS demo build for Honor

Today’s astonishing bulletin comes from Huawei; it just unleashed a “demo build” of the ICS update for their phone-Huawei Honor. It has been more than a month since the source code of ICS has been released and the manufacturers get the code even before that but all the major manufacturers have just let us down by telling us that it will take time for them to update their devices to ICS, while Huawei Honor which is a low budget phone from an average manufacturer gets the first look, Really?

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Sony XPERIA Nyphon Leaked

Yes, you read the title right. The phone is indeed called Sony XPERIA LT22 ( codenamed Nyphon). The phone in the leaked picture above might be the first re-branded XPERIA phone.

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