I want an Ice Cream Sandwich...NOW! But how good is the new Android OS really?
sspade 2 years ago
I've never been happy about waiting for anyting, and now that the Galaxy Nexus is out with the new Ice Cream Sandwich OS, I want one. Now. Yesterday, actually. The only thing is I just got a new HTC Bravo pretty recently. Is it really worth dropping the money for a new smartphone, primarily just for the new OS? How impressive is ICS in actual use?
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