Samsung teased us the other daywith a short preview video of its Mobile Unpacked event. In the video, they showed off what looked to be the Nexus Prime or also known as the Galaxy Nexus. Today, the Android Developer’s youtube channel posted an upcoming live stream with the title Android ICS Launch, which is scheduled to happen in a little less than 4 days. We also got to see the live Honeycomb launch via this same channel, so this pretty much confirms it.
Announced in may at Google I/O, Android Ice Cream 4.0 will run on both smartphones and tablets and will unite both devices under the same operating system. The Samsung Nexus Prime or Galaxy Nexus will be the first device to run Android ICS. Earlier today, two different spec lists were leaked in the morning and afternoon.
Unfortunately, the live feed has been taken down since then. We are not sure whether or not ICS will be simply revealed on Tuesday, or launched being pushed to some of the Nexus devices. The latest rumor indicates that the Galaxy Nexus will be released on October 27th. We will keep you updated on the status of the Galaxy Nexus and Android ICS as Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked event nears.
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