One drl337md from YouTube coyly posted a video showing off a Nexus One running Android 4.0. It’s an SDK port, and as such things likely aren’t all where they need to be. Despite that fact, and despite the fact that the Nexus One is considered outdated up against today’s high-end phones, the results didn’t seem all that bad. Perhaps with a bit of optimization Google certainly will be able to bring Ice Cream Sandwich to the Nexus One. At the very least, we’re happy the community will at least try. Check above for the full video.
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