You have to wonder what other surprises Google has in store, as although we haven’t heard any details regarding the next version of Android after Gingerbread, we have information on a new, unannounced version of Android OS.
As reported from Droid-Life, the new name was revealed by ARM president Tudor Brown and it once again follows Google’s tradition of naming their mobile operating systems after desserts.
According to Brown, Android 4.0 will be titled ‘Ice Cream’, although a name was all that was disclosed for the moment. It is pretty mind boggling to think that Google already has plans for Android 4.0, even though we haven’t had any hints on Android 3.5 Honeycomb, or even Android 3.0 Gingerbread for that matter.
If Android 4.0 is a reality, when will it release? We’re guessing sometime in 2012, but that still doesn’t explain why the ARM president is mentioning it so early.
What are your thoughts on Android 4.0 Ice Cream? Are you expecting big things from Google?