We saw Ice Cream Sandwich on a Phone, but What About a Tablet?
You watched the announcement, read all the blogs, and drooled over the multitude of Android 4.0 sexiness. Screenshot after screenshot, we saw what the next generation of Android phones would look like — but what about tablets? We all known Ice Cream Sandwich is the new one-size-fits-all Android and is meant for both phones and tablets, so where’s the screenshots of ICS running on a tablet? Google and Samsung were understandably focused on the new Galaxy Nexus, but since Google was so kind to release the Android 4.0 SDK, others took it upon themselves to show us what we can expect ICS to look like running on a tablet.
The guys over at This is my next (The Verge) decided to take advantage of the emulator in the Android 4.0 SDK to increase the size and give us a plethora of tablet-sized screenshots to enjoy. We’ve thrown a bunch in below for you to take a gander at but I suggest hitting the source link to see them all.
Source: This is my next (The Verge)
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