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Published on March 17th, 2012 | by Pradeep Farkya

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Google to roll out Galaxy Nexus S Android ICS 4.0 update soon

nexus s ics Google to roll out Galaxy Nexus S Android ICS 4.0 update soon


A source of the popular tech site engadget has an information that google is pulling up their sleeves once again and getting ready to release an ICS 4.0 update for its Nexus S and Nexus S 4G android smartphones.

Well google did somehow managed to release ice cream sandwich update for Nexus S,way back in december,but that was a buggy release and google soon pulled out the update.From then there has been no word from google whether it will be releasing an ICS update for its Nexus S Phone.

Previously many would have though that google will try to keep its own devices updated as possible with the latest android OS,but people who had thought that or even think of that now are angry,also seeing that many smartphones have already started receiving ics update and nexus s still feels like a leftover.Google must be aware of this and now it may release the 4.0 update for Nexus S and Nexus 4G very soon,by soon we can expect probably within the next two weeks.

How badly do Nexus S user needs this Android ICS 4.0 update.Let everyone know in comments !!




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Hello ! I am Pradeep ,the editor in chief at ShrewdGeek.I am a technology enthusiast and blogging on android,gadgets and other technology related stuff is my passion.Connect with me on Google+ .



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