Posts Tagged ‘Android Ice Cream Sandwich’

Probably one of the most talked about features on the latest iteration of the Android operating system is the facial recognition unlock software that comes bundled with it. The ability to use your own face to unlock your mobile telephone or tablet is one of the coolest new updates we have seen implemented into a mobile operating system in recent times, but questions will always surround how secure this actually is.

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Hello there, everyone! It’s time to do another post in our series of comparison posts in which, well, we compare stuff. In this comparison post, ‘stuff’ is the three major mobile operating systems – iOS 5, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango – and it is their feature-list which is compared.

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After announcing Galaxy Nexus, Google finally made Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich official. The said OS is specifically designed to run on this type of powerful hardware. Also, Samsung is confirming that Ice Cream Sandwich’s native resolution is 1280×720, 16:9 aspect ratio. The Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 will be available in November this year.

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If reports are to be believed, Google is working on yet another Android smartphone, successor to the current Nexus S. According to rumors, the new model will be one of the first LTE 4G AT&T smartphones and will include greatly enhanced hardware once it ships around Thanksgiving (that’s late November for our non-US friends).

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