The first update Android to rule them all - better known as the ice cream sandwich - is in pencil for an official launch in the next two months, it is natural that a few strokes to escape. We did not have expected a two-minute video showing a couple of new features. As the story goes, a lucky Ghent ordered a Samsung Nexus S on eBay and after his arrival that his new prized possession looking a little noticed ... different. Jumping over the screen the way, he was shocked to discover that the unit run ICS. The firmware seems to work on the baseband as screenshots leak a few weeks ago, but it works on an update of construction (IRK48) and the kernel (3.0.1).
We see a lot of influences from both the gingerbread and honeycomb here, as well as four buttons on the bottom (a bump in the two are in the clear vanilla 2.3). There is a new Google Apps icon which opens the drawer contains a number of services exposed manages the search giant, and the long-press the Home button brings vertical honeycomb-style menu multitasking. Notice of a bar, the user interface of the camera and other menus are also a lot of different looks. Of course, all this may just be a custom ROM, built to emulate the last sweet Google, so we can be absolutely one hundred percent sure that it is authentic. If not, at least we can give honor to have an incredibly developed. Enjoy the video and add the image below.
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