LEAKED: A Bunch Of Screenshots Of Android Ice Cream Sandwich

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The big Android Ice Cream Sandwich event next week may be postponed, but that hasn’t stopped the leaks.

Today we found a bunch of screenshots via PocketNow, who found them on the site Mobilissimo.

From what we can tell, Ice Cream Sandwich will be a unique blend of Gingerbread for phones and Honeycomb for tablets. Which makes sense since the OS is now designed to run on both.

Flip through the photos below for more.

UPDATE: The kind folks at Android Police have a leaked version of Ice Cream Sandwich’s new Music app. We’ve added the screenshots to the slideshow below.

The lock screen looks a lot like Honeycomb's

Rotate the lock in a circle to unlock the device

Now we know that Ice Cream Sandwich will be version 4.0

The settings panel has a new look too

You can see from the home screen that there's no need for physical buttons on ICS phones. The home, back, and multitasking buttons appear at the bottom. The Google search bar at the top also has a new look.

This is what multitasking looks like when you want to switch between apps. Looks like a huge improvement over Gingerbread!

Honeycomb's iconic clock widget made it into ICS too. You can also see the dock for your favourite apps

Here's the widgets menu. Again, it looks a lot like Honeycomb

Finally, here's the full app library. It looks a bit different than the one in Gingerbread

Here's a look at the play screen for the new Music app in Ice Cream Sandwich

Another look at Music. This is what the track select screen looks like.

Here's a leaked video from this morning of a Nexus Prime (the next-gen Android phone from Samsung) running Ice Cream Sandwich

So what is Ice Cream Sandwich up against?

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