Tagged: android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Onskreen Cornerstone has brought windowed apps to Android tablets. It's hard to believe the feature wasn't already built into the OS. It looks and works just like windowed applications in Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. Now you can have your Facebook open, while chatting through Google Voice, and then surf the net all on the same screen.
already knew ICS would be coming to the device, but a timeframe was still unclear.
an overwhelming amount of US Android users prefer Samsung over any other carrier. It isn't too hard to believe that Samsung is currently the most preferred smartphone brand, as their Galaxy S II line has dominated since it launched. Early on that same day, we saw that Asian cellphone carrier KDDI had incorporated pushed ads into Android's notification bar. I'm sure you will all agree, this clearly crosses the line.
Samsung may release the 2GHz Exynos 5250 processor sometime during Q2 of this year, but could it also be flaunted at this Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month? It makes perfect sense that it would, because it still follows the chip's estimated public release date.
severe GPS issues, and now the community is very aware of the random lock-ups so many seem to get after the Android 4.0 update. We haven't seen any issues with our own models, but that doesn't disprove the hundreds of posts over in an XDA Developers thread claiming the same obvious problem.
a few days back, but now it seems the device shown was a different one altogether. In the previous picture, the mystery device is obviously running Android 4.0, and absent of physical softkeys.