You will now see a new and completely changed Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich to serve your needs. Yes, Android 4 has gone under complete overhaul of the interface.
Also, its users do not need to work on the hardware buttons because they have been now replaced by virtual Android buttons for menu, back and home as well.
Some more features that the new Android 4 will feature are: unlock using face recognition, improved camera, built-in photo editor, Android Beam NFC (near field communications), a new tabbed web browser and a new gallery layout. Moreover, users can also enjoy better copy/paste results, improved keyboard, widgets, launcher, efficient video recording, clear voice recognition, search and voicemail.
The confirmations about Android 4 have been released by Samsung, which has announced recently about updating its Galaxy SII to Android 4.0. But, the company has yet not cleared the date when the update will be available. So, users will have to wait for some more time to enjoy the services of the updated device.
People worldwide are waiting for Samsung to officially launch its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone in the United States. Sources have revealed some unusual reports about the CyanogenMod team, which according to reports, is serving up their take on the new mobile OS for certain phones right now.
CyanogenMod, the aftermarket firmware for Android phones is basically a ROM with the help of which, it becomes easier to get all kinds of new features and controls to Android, along with a slick interface. Reports have confirmed that the lead developers in the team are working hard since last few weeks to build a new CyanogenMod 9 (based off the open source code for Ice Cream Sandwich), which Google recently released.