Before you U.S.-dwelling Droid Razr owners get too excited, there are a few things to remember. First, the OS in the photos appears to be stock Android 4.0, without any of Verizon's customary Droid branding, and without Motorola's Motoblur interface laid on top. That brings me to the second point, that you can expect Verizon to push the officially sanctioned update, with both Motoblur for ICS and Droid visuals when it's good and tested. That could take a while. In the meantime, enjoy these photos, and let me know in the comments if you've done some tinkering around with Ice Cream Sandwich on your own Android phone.
We can't blame you for wanting to sink your teeth into Ice Cream Sandwich, or ICS as it's better known, It looks like an Android fan out of Italy snapped these tantalizing photos of the OS running on a GSM version of the Droid Razr, Ever since Google officially revealed the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system in mid-October, Android fans have been hungering to try it out on their Gingerbread smartphones, I can't say I blame them, The OS is bold in case iphone 8 and beautiful, without too many hiccups and with a few more tips and tricks to try out..
I would have liked it if this piece went into more detail about where exactly everything is on the main PC board, however. Mainly because I'm curious about where this gyro sensor and light sensor are that they speak of. Still, if you want to see more of the Galaxy Note's insides, hit the link above and explore away. Fully dissected and fully loaded: Take a look inside the Samsung Galaxy Note. If you're like me, you can get pretty tired of smashing your gadgets to the floor just to see what's inside. For one thing, it's a fairly expensive method and for another, it gets messy.
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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. And why not? It was at Mobile World Congress, after all, where Samsung unveiled the last two iterations of the handset. So what would go into a new Galaxy device? If Eldar Murtazin is to be believed, then we are in for even more cutting-edge hardware. Now, before I go any further, I have to point out that Murtazin's past record of Android leaks and inside tips hasn't been perfect. Whereas he was first to tell us that the Galaxy S II would feature a dual-core processor, he also was the guy who scared everyone with word that Gingerbread was going to have hardware requirements.