Every time a new operating system is launched on the tide of planned obsolescence leaves many of the devices slower, or out-of-date. Which are not lacking marketing campaigns and videos displaying the new capabilities of the new system, as if it were indispensable. The Android 4.0, as well as all updates to Android, really has the new functions very interesting, but not if you are a maniac for the technology, or the developer pays to wait for the maturation of the platform after launch to get your hands on a handset with it, especially if you have a device older.
Android 4.0: What’s New?
The new features of Android 4.0 are really interesting. The main changes and new features are the following:
Native control of the use of data bandwidth
New standard applications
Greater customization of the interface
New ways of sharing, including more social options
Unified platform for tablets and phones
Support for more Bluetooth devices
Lock screen with camera controls and music
Support for image effects and video, camera with face detection
support spell checking and new accessibility features
There are also various other interesting functions and features of the Android-focused developers. The ones listed above can give you an idea of the various things that can begin to be created in applications targeting Android 4.0.
In the video below is a quick demo of each one of these new functions:
Like? I bet you’re already wanting to buy a new phone even though your still serve very much for everything that you need. If you blame. You are not the only, and I understand perfectly this feeling. An interim solution may be to upgrade your Android, as I did to spend my Motorola Milestone, upgrading to Android 2.3.7 using the Cyanogen Mod 7. Will give you any joy until you have real reasons for doing the migration, and abandon your current smartphone.