Meet the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich

October 18, 2011

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It's finally official the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich have fully been unveiled. The Android 4.0 SDK is available starting today and has a slew of amazing new features and options for users and developers alike. Only a few minutes after the event and we already have an entire page to show you everything you need to know. Head on to Google.com/nexus and enjoy the show.

Google has finally unveiled all the details and the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich SDK is available starting right now. For all the details and a awesome video check out android.com and even better the brand new Google.com/nexus page. We also have added the awesome video below for your viewing pleasure.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich video
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Google has made an awesome site that will show you almost all you need to know about Android, the Nexus, and ICS right at the link provided above. Here are a few photos just to tease you all but I highly suggest you check it out right now.

From Android Beam, the new Face Unlock feature, voice typing that has been much improved, a new Google+ application and more. They have all the bases covered and the site is pretty awesome. Again, that is Google.com/Nexus and more 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich details are available at developer.android.com

In case you missed them, here are our two hands-on videos with the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich

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  • Anonymous

    Google just changed the game. Wow!

    • i know right… amazing

      • Anonymous

        Imagine looking at a GN and then looking at a 4S, would be comical.. LMFAO!

  • Aliottas

    Simply amazing! I wonder if VZW will be taking pre-orders soon. Leaks show retail launch date to be Nov. 10. Can’t wait to get mine.

  • Daanmevius

    I wonder how this one compares to the Galaxy SII LTE HD… both already defeat the Iphone 4S in my opinion. But which one should i get 😕 when can we see an comparison :D?

  • This is superb, Its features are great … Your post help to make my decision to buy this phone.

  • Lindsay Reid

    I think your specs need some real data putting in to what looks like a dummy page you set up.

    Standby time of 12050 hours – that’s over 18 months !
    Internal storage of 12004 GB – some of my hard disk drives are smaller!
    Weight of 12000 Grams means I will need a backpack for a phone weighing 12Kg
    A screen size of 11994 Inch is bigger than my local cinema !

    OK – enough……… please update with actual details…. 

  • martinamiller

    Just got my Samsung Galaxy Nexus and as one of the first things I did was to install SwiftKey X on it (yay!). I did find some some incompatibilities/bugs:

    1) The font size in the suggestions box seems a bit off (too big, letters like ‘g’ don’t fit properly)

    2) The long-press popups for the right most keys (ie ‘)’ and ‘%’) on the numbers layout are misaligned: The first alternative is selected, but it’s the left-most one, so the other alternatives effectively cannot be selected.

    3) In landscape view the textbox rendering seems to be broken. (no background for it)

    4) There seems to be a new kind of keyboard hint (?) type for when entering system lock pin: default keyboard displays nice big numpad (with the alphabet on the keys), SwiftKey just it’s normal numeric layout. Would be awesome if it displayed a big numpad like the default one.