Android 4.0 articles

Neowin: HTC One X review, 'One' phone to rule them all

In 2011 it felt a bit like HTC was playing catch-up with Samsung. They failed to release the HTC Sensation before the Samsung Galaxy S II was launched, and while the device was a solid dual-core performer it never reached…

T-Mobile, Verizon Android 4.0 upgrade schedules leaked

Some Verizon and T-Mobile device owners will be pleased to hear that Ice Cream Sandwich may be making its way to their subsidized smartphone or tablet. Please bear in mind these are rumors and haven't been officially confirmed. ICS, or…

Lenovo introduces IdeaTab S2109 tablet with Android 4.0

Lenovo has officially announced its latest addition to the tablet market, the IdeaPad S2109. The new Ice Cream Sandwich slate measures 8.9mm thick and takes a page from the iPad with a 9.7-inch 4:3 aspect display, rather than the 10.1-inch…

HTC One X Review: Quad-Core Power, Looks to Spare

The One X is HTC's new flagship Android smartphone, the kind of phone that just leaves you breathless. Its single-piece polycarbonate body is unique in the Android world, and it is as comfortable to hold as it is drop dead gorgeous. The X's 720p resolution touchscreen display is just as attractive and functional as it is expansive, measuring 4.7 inches across the diagonal.

The One X's two marquee features, however, are likely its Android 4 OS with the new Sense 4 user interface and the phone's powerful Tegra 3 processor. The real world impact of a quad-core processor might be negligible for most tasks, but there's no denying that the marketing appeal it offers is great.

Archos intros 7-inch 'Child Pad' with Android 4.0 for $129

Archos has unveiled a new kid-friendly Android tablet that lacks clever branding, but makes up for it in affordability and accessibility. Dubbed "Child Pad," the 7-incher will fetch $129 when it ships later this month -- a price that should make it among the least expensive mainstream slates...

HP TouchPad running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

The HP TouchPad may have left the factory running webOS, but that hasn't stopped developers from shoe-horning Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onto it. The Cyanogen Mod team has been hard at work getting a version of Android 4.0 working…