It is never a secret that after the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich(aka ICS) official release, there were still very few Android phones sporting the newest update from Android. Released in November 2011, the new Android version had its own fans but most of their phones were still not getting the update even those of the high-end level. According to Google, ICS will now be the standard platform for both smartphone and tablets because of its new and innovative features. That’s the reason why HTC is quickly pushing and extending their work hours just to let HTC Android phone users to catch up to the latest trend to feel and taste that sandwich.
Do you still remember when you were still enjoying your first ever computer? It was like you don’t need anything else because of the great pleasure you had during that time when speed was not in the equation. Or rather that small processors can shoulder the state of technology that time. But this time you will not only be seeing in a computer with a quad-core processor but also a smartphone. Nowadays, computers powered with a quad-core processor isn’t really a norm in every household because most of us were still stuck in dual-core processors so it is kind a surprising that phone manufacturers are coming up with this idea.