Google has released its source code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Since then, an increasing number of companies want to include it in their Gadgets. Last week it struck the Motorola Xoom. This week, with the help of xda-developers, it has struck the Samsung Galaxy Ace.
The status is ‘working’
The status is working because the ICS ROM in the Galaxy Ace has not reached that stage of development, to make a statement to the press. It is not yet stable or very useable due to which Samsung is not declaring anything specific regarding it. Based on rumours about this ROM, this is actually the tenth version stage. There have been a lot of advancements but the software is still belonging to its alpha state. It is still not the ripe moment to try the Alpha ICS ROM on the phone gadgets. It is advised that it should not be a part of the phone that you use regularly because it may make your phone practically non-functional. Users are still waiting for the advanced version of the Android 4.3.0 because Samsung will enable a host of features along with the advanced OS.
Some specs of the Samsung Ace Galaxy with Ice Cream Sandwich
Samsung Galaxy Ace was available in stores in February right after the announcement in January. The measurements of the gadget are 112.4*59.9 with the thickness of 11.5 mm. it weighs about 113 grams. The specifications of the chip are QualComm MSM 7227 SoC, and this is the basic of its operations. It provides the handset with ARM11 processor that can run as fast as 800MHz in togetherness with an Adreno 200 GPU. The processor is supported with only 287 MB of memory, and many feels that it is not particularly adequate for the set. Yet GingerBread 2.3 as an operating system can be run efficiently on this mobile.