Those people, who are eagerly waiting for the next version of Google's mobile operating system, wouldn't have to wait long from now as the new Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android will be coming soon. During the talk at Salesforce's Dreamforce conference in San Francisco late last week, Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt said that the new [Android] operating system, internally recognized as Ice Cream Sandwich, will be launched in October or November. Ice Cream Sandwich will unite the Honeycomb for tablets and Android OS from Gingerbread for phones into one OS for all devices.
Ice Cream Sandwich was first announced earlier this year. At Google I/O conference, Google has dropped some interesting information that Ice Cream Sandwich would be the OS that finally combines all Android versions across smartphones and tablets. The new version is anticipated to be Android 4.0, but some people believe it might be a variation of 2.X, because a kind of intermediate point between Android 2.x and Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Google also claims that this will be the most ambitious Android to date.
Users of the Android phone will also receive the holographic user interface, updated app launcher, interactive and new homescreen widgets in addition to the multi-tasking panel. All the interface exquisiteness of Android 3.0 Honeycomb to Android smartphones will be carried by the Ice Cream Sandwich.