The next major iteration of Android will substantially boost handsets’ on board imaging smarts, reports reveal.
A leaked sheet of icons from the revamped Gallery app sourced by Android Police suggests the soon to land Ice Cream Sandwich version of the platform will feature on board photo editing with a slew of tools at users’ disposal.
Close study reveals these are set to take in a choice of 19 photo effects to choose from, as well as the option to crop, rotate, etc – all of which will be accessible from within the media player.
The leak of new nuggets of info about Android 4.0 comes as we are about to get our first official look at the reswizzed operating system with the arrival of the Google Nexus Prime smartphone.
Expected to land either on October 19th or 26th, the third Google-branded smartphone is also home to a whopping 4.65-inch screen, a dual core processor and an eight-megapixel camera.
Ice Cream Sandwich blends the best features of the tablet-optimised Honeycomb version of Android with the current Gingerbread edition for smartphones and is seen as Google’s step towards tackling fragmentation problems affecting its platform.
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