Android Ice Cream Sandwich, “the one OS that works everywhere," is coming to a Nexus handset sometime in 2011. Here's everything we know so far, including release dates and carriers.
The Samsung SCH-I515 just appeared on the Bluetooth SIG listing with CDMA and Bluetooth 3.0 radios. What's interesting about this device is the claim by BGR that the SCH-I515 handset will be the first to run Google's Ice Cream Sandwich flavor of Android when it launches as a Verizon exclusive in October under the Droid Prime / Nexus Prime brand. Source: Bluetooth SIG
BGR is reporting a "close source" today as saying that Verizon has locked up a phone from Samsung known as the Droid Prime running the next version of Android — Ice Cream Sandwich — and that it’s set for an October launch. Officially, little is known about Ice Cream Sandwich since its name and logo were announced back at Google IO in May, and that dearth of information has left the rumor mill in overdrive: what launch devices can we expect, when can we expect them, and what carriers are going...