orb3000 · Aug 11, 2011 at 06:51 pm

Breaking – Android 2.4/4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich First Shots Leaked

Thanks to a tip from XDA member jjsoviet we can bring you what has been circulating around some mobile sites regarding the leaked pictures of the upcoming and most anticipated Android 2.4/4.0, code name Ice Cream Sandwich. We can see from the pictures leaked that blue will be all around the re designed UI. Some other changes have been mentioned by the sources such as the fact that the camera will have built in panorama mode and that Gmail will be completely re-themed.

Good news is that the Nexus S will be upgradeable after Nexus Prime, also other older devices -1 year old- will follow shortly after. At this point, we can only speculate from the pictures as nothing has been officially said, so please leave your comments or ideas regarding what you think will be included on the new Ice Cream Sandwich.

Originally posted by jjsoviet
First Look: Android 2.4/4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Eyup, no kidding you folks. Here are the sources for Google’s upcoming phone/tablet Android version, Ice Cream Sandwich.

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