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 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 and even better the brand new page. We also have added the awesome video below for your viewing pleasure.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich video

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 and more 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich details are available at

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

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  1. 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.

  2. 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?

  3. 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…. 

  4. 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.


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