Galaxy Nexus Prime S

The open source code for Android's next big iteration, dubbed lce Cream Sandwich, has been released into the wild and we should be seeing a slate of products running the system before the end of the year.
The Ice Cream Sandwich system is said to be Google's answer to Android's divergence problem, uniting the various different form factors under a set of standard features acoss all smartphones and tablets.
Some of the system's new features include advanced facial recognition, better data monitoring, integrated social networking platforms, imaging enhancements and additional near field communication applications.
Google has partnered with Samsung to launch the first official handset to run Android 4.0, the Galaxy Nexus, which features a 4.65-inch 1280x720-pixel resolution super AMOLD Plus display.
In addition to the new Android system and top-notch screen the Nexus will also feature a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5-megapixel camera and will come in HSPA+ and LTE models.
It looks as though the first Ice Cream Sandwich-running slate might also be just as close as the Nexus, with Lenovo rumoured to be readying a 10.1-inch slate running version 4.0 and a newTegra 3 chip before the year's end.


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