The latest version of Android, codenamed Android Developers YouTube account, but Google and Samsung have decided to hold the launch event at a later date.has been postponed. An official release date of 11 October was earlier leaked by Google's very own
The Android update was scheduled to coincide with the unveiling of Samsung's superpowered new it is just not the right time to announce a new product," Pocket-lint reports.phone, but the two companies have agreed "
No other reason for the postponement was given, but it may well be out of respect for
A placeholder video entitled 'Android ICS Launch' for the live-stream of the 11 October event was spotted by TechCrunch, and has since been taken down.
We've known about thefor a while now. The YouTube placeholder erased all doubt in our minds about ICS, so now we can go about debating what features we're likely to see and what the Prime will be like.
Ice Cream Sandwich hopes to bring together the
The Nexus Prime has also been causing a lot of buzz at the moment. It's set to be the first handset running ICS and is rumoured to be sporting a whopping 4.6-inch AMOLED screen with a 720p resolution as well as a lightning-fast processor.
The Prime is set to be with us not long after theand if the rumoured specs are true, it will certainly be giving Apple's new baby a run for its money -- perhaps collecting up those Apple fans who were annoyed at not being given a larger iPhone 5 like they wanted.
We're all very excited to see what comes out of the event, a new date for which will be announced soon. Make sure you keep it CNET UK for all the latest news.
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