iOS5 is exciting, but Android Ice Cream also looks set to innovate.

I’m no iPhone fanboy, but iOS5 makes me curious.  After all, Android style notifications (which I have enjoyed since my G1 days) are due in the latest release.  But if there is one area where I’d like to see Android step up a gear, it’s tablets. My Xoom is not seeing the action it deserves and I would like to see several areas addressed.  Fortunately,  Android 4, aka Ice Cream Sandwich,  looks set to offer a cool set of features that should give the Xoom a new lease of life. And also fragmentation gets addressed,  bringing phone and tablet together. My only fear then is that my Nexus S will lose Gingerbread,  which is an excellent OS, and the new version will have to work hard to compete.

Hit the link to find out more.

http://androidandme.com/2011/08/news/13-things-we-might-see-with-the-release-of-android-4-0-in-q4/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+androidandme+%28Android+and+Me%29


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