Android Ice Cream Sandwich: What will it look like on a tablet? (video)
Is there such a thing as too much Ice Cream Sandwich? We didn’t think so either, and booted up Google’s own Android Emulator to play around with version four-point-oh — in tablet proportions. We don’t know whether manufacturers will end up slathering their own interpretation of Ice Cream Sandwich on top of the vanilla original, but this is probably very close to what we’ll be dealing with when it arrives on tablets sometime this quarter. Scrollable, resizeable widgets are here, as is a tabbed, synchronizing web browser. There are some minor niggles; we hope they’ll make some adjustments to the comically over-sized native keyboard, but the main thing we took away from this stuttering simulation is that the UI is nigh-on identical to what we were using on the Galaxy Nexus. Android looks like it has any future convergence issues in order — this version will feel at home on both your phone and tablet. Android Beam has never sounded better. If you can forgive the low-performance emulation, check out the video after the break for more Ice Cream Sandwich, king-size.
Pubblicato il 20/10/2011, in Hi-Tech con tag android, Android 4.0, android 4.0 ice cream sandwich, Android 4.0 tablet, Android 4.0.1, android emulator, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, android ics, android os, android sdk, Android4.0, Android4.0.1, Android4.0Tablet, AndroidIcs, AndroidOs, AndroidSdk, emulation, emulator, google, ice cream sandwich, IceCreamSandwich, ics, tablet, tablets, video. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.