ICS is finally going to bring to Android after all these years - native screenshot capabilities. Compare to Apple took 2 years to implement copy/paste... we can say Google definitely has that record beat.
Users of some Samsung, HTC, and other android devices have already been enjoying this feature for some time thanks to manufacturer additions, but based on what we've seen so far, the Galaxy Nexus will be able to take screenshots without the need for any external apps, root, carrier
This has been a busy two-week in the mobile world , the release of the iPhone 4S and “Ice Cream Sandwich” (ICS). The Android community has been anxiously awaiting ICS as it is believed it will unify the user experience between phones and tablets that are powered by Google’s mobile OS. Which, eventually, it will.
Let’s start with what we know about ICS, which is mostly gleaned from a leaked video (embedded below):
A new lock screen is going to be implemented,
Now that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus event is officially re-announced for October 19th, we are already starting to see signs of that tasty Ice Cream. Google headquarters in the same fashion as usual have already landed their newest landmark — the Ice Cream Sandwich sculpture right on the front yard of Google HQ.
People waiting outside of Apple store in Sydney, Australia.
Apple Inc.'s latest iPhone arrived in stores Friday in the U.S. and a half-dozen countries, as the company hoped to cement its position as the world's leading smartphone maker.
As has become the custom for Apple product launches, throngs of eager customers lined up in front of Apple's retail stores to be among the first to get their hands on the new phone,
Samsung is going to launch the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-based smartphone at an event in Hong Kong, scheduled to be held on October 19. Samsung was initially slated to launch the Samsung Nexus Prime, a.k.a. Galaxy Nexus at an event in San Diago on October 11 but later the company decided to postpone the event, as a mark of respect to Apple's co-founder Steve Jobs, who passed away recently.
Without divulging the official name