The release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will bring Android 4.0 to the masses, but what about the vast majority of users already dining on Gingerbread and Honeycomb? According to AndroidHD based in Italy, a select number of current-gen, Samsung Android devices will be receiving the upgrade to Android 4.0. If you haven’t yet been informed on what the latest update...

We entered the month of November excited about the Galaxy Nexus’ upcoming release. There have been various reports speculating release dates for the Nexus however this is the first time we have seen screen shots of retailer leaks: The first image is a screenshot of a Costco inventory computer listing the sale price of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus as $289.99. There...

Just like with the Galaxy S II, we at CareAce are extremely anxious to get our first look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus. One method of coping with our extreme excitement is to take a look at the plethora of awesome accessories that will be relased in conjunction with the first Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich phone. It looks like online retailer Accessory King is...

If you guys haven’t yet used Samsung’s Kies software, it’s a good idea to get started as it can easily backup, import and export your contacts–no more making Facebook events named “I dropped my phone in the toilet, text me your numbers!” Just like in our how to transfer your iTunes music to your Galaxy S II using Kies guide, importing/exporting/backing...

If you haven’t been hiding under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that Samsung and Google have teamed up to create the Galaxy Nexus–the first phone to run Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. Even if you haven’t been living under a rock, the bombardment of all sorts of Galaxy Nexus info might leave you a little confused about when/where this device...

When the Galaxy S II hit U.S. soil, Verizon was prominently absent from the debut of Samsung’s wildly popular Android flagship device. It was then speculated that Verizon had opted out of a deal for the Galaxy S II instead claiming exclusive rights to what we now know as the Galaxy Nexus. According to Samsung’s official website this may not necessarily be...

The hardware details of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus have been hotly debated and detailed the last few months with speculation about everything from screen size, SoC specs and carrier support. The boys over at Phandroid were lucky enough to attend the launch the event and give us an overview of the official Galaxy Nexus product spec sheet as well as a hands on video of the...

As we near the home stretch of the long wait for Samsung and Google’s official Galaxy Nexus announcement, we are getting more details about where we can expect to find this amazing Ice Cream Sandwich device. According to 3 separate pricing and availability leaks, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus should be seeing action not only (as previously rumored) as Verizon Exclusive,...

Last January we celebrated our 3 year anniversary with a user appreciation giveaway/survey where we asked a series of smartphone usage questions, with one lucky participant walking away with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7. Survey results from January 2011 As we hit Q4 of 2011 and await the next wave of 4.5th generation Android Phones, we thought we would revisit which 3 features...

Alright guys and gals, there’s a new ice cream truck in town and it goes by the name Google. If you want to get your hands on some tasty Ice Cream Sandwich action, prepare for Samsung and Google official announcement on October 19th. Although exact details of the locations are to remain a mystery, the event will be held all the way across the Pacific Ocean in...