Google has announced it is ready to unveil what’s new from the world of Android live on YouTube tonight.
The Android team confirmed its plans via its newly launched official Twitter account: “Tune in tomorrow at 7PM Pacific Time at http://youtube.com/android for a livestream of what's new from #Android.”
That was posted last night, which means it will be announced tonight Stateside. Unfortunately for those of us living across The Pond, it will be 3AM in the morning tomorrow. Not that we have any doubts this slight inconvenience will stop millions of Fandroids worldwide from tuning in anyway.
It’s pretty much guaranteed at this point that the announcement will be definitely about the new Ice Cream Sandwich iteration of Android, hotly expected to be showcased tomorrow at a Samsung event in Hong Kong, possibly running on the latest Google branded handset, the Nexus Prime (or Galaxy Nexus as it might also be called).
Features mooted to be on board the upcoming OS refresh include a revamped user interface, including a new lock screen and multitasking similar to Honeycomb. It’ll also be packing updated versions of several native apps, including Calendar and Gmail, as well as a new video conferencing app, a web browser (possibly Google Chrome) and enhanced widgets to just name a few.
Keep ‘em peeled more Ice Cream Sandwich news in the days to come.
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