The official Android Developers YouTube channel has inadvertently confirmed the launching of Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich at the CTIA Enterprise and Applications event next week.
While Samsung released a teaser of ‘something big’ highlighting a curved device that will likely be the Nexus Prime at this year’s CTIA Samsung Unpacked show, Android Developers slipped information when it posted an upcoming YouTube live stream titled “Android ICS Launch.”
The major leak, may it be accidental or inadvertently done, confirmed that Android Ice Cream Sandwich will launch on October 11.
Android 3.0 Honeycomb first appeared on this channel’s live stream, which is sufficient evidence for next week’s release.
According to Google, Android Ice Cream Sandwich will help reduce fragmentation of its mobile platform by unifying Gingerbread for smartphones and Honeycomb for tablets into a single mobile OS.
The next-generation system software will expectedly run first on the Samsung Nexus Prime, leaked as the next Google phone.