Google launched the first version of Android in 2008, and back then no one expected this OS to succeed. However, Google promoted its platform very well, and as a result, Android OS is now the most popular platform in the market running on both smartphones and tablets. Moreover, we have seen it in other devices like watches and media players, which made the platform even more popular.
Well, during Android’s evolution we saw Android 2.2 Froyo that was designed especially for smartphones and Android 3.+ Honeycomb for tablets. Each of them was (is) perfect in their “working area,” that’s why the devices running them have become very popular — for example, the Motorola Droid Pro that brought the first benefits to the manufacturer after 3 years. Plus, we have heard that Android tablets have 30 percent market share. So, it would be reasonable for Google to merge these versions and develop one united operating system that will run on smartphones, tablets and other devices successfully. That merged Android version is called Ice Cream Sandwich, and, according to earlier rumors, it is going to hit the market in October. Now it seems to become true, because Google CEO Eric Schmidt announced that the update will be finalized and pushed out to consumers in October or November.
This is great news, so let’s cross our fingers and wait for a miracle, because we don’t know anything about Ice Cream Sandwich, but in Google we trust!viewsonic g tablet ice cream sandwich
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