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Notion Ink CEO: Ice Cream Sandwich Coming in Late October, Helps Confirm OMAP as Lead Processor Platform

Normally when Notion Ink’s CEO starts rambling, we tend to ignore it after the debacle and series of mishaps that accompanied their launch of the Adam tablet.  But since the dude essentially predicted the exact launch date of Gingerbread, we will go ahead and at least mention the fact that he expects Ice Cream Sandwich to launch by the end of October.  This matches up exactly to what Eric Schmidt said just a couple of weeks ago.

He also points out that “OMAP is the preferred platform” for the next big batch of devices – one of which we expect to be the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon.  TI and the image above basically already confirmed this to be the case, but we are always looking for additional knowledge on the matter from industry insiders.

And for the few folks that actually bought a Notion Ink tablet, their CEO predicts that an update to ICS will be available some time in November.

Everyone ready for the game-changing goodness that is Ice Cream Sandwich?  Late October is just around the corner.

Via:  Notion Ink

Cheers to everyone who sent this in!

  • Anonymous

    HTC = LAME… Friggin Froyo on the Tbolt cant get GB and now ICS is due in a month…Useless

  • Rick

    Great and my TBolt is still running ‘F’in froyo!

  • Cameltoe4me2

    I dont even have gingerbread yet on my TB

  • Curtis Martin

    Not to burst anyone’s bubble here, but Notion Ink has shown in the past that they have no clue what the hell is going on at Google. They’re probably just reacting to all the rumors flying around, just like everyone else is.

    /disgruntled Adam owner

  • patrick

    Late October? I’ll be too occupied with battlefield 3 on 360 :)

  • http://twitter.com/sethoscope1 seth merritt

    Tom Fleming’s last tweet was about a keyboard. Physical keyboard on the next nexus??

  • http://twitter.com/Gastripod Gastripod

    As an owner of an Adam, who abandoned that POS, all I can say is that I would take Rohan’s comments with a grain of salt.

  • Phoenixy

     “OMAP is the preferred platform” Is this bad for ATRIX owners?(nvidia)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=777939147 Johnny Sprink Clausen

    Still waiting on thunderbolt gingerbread…

  • Ron

    Not that we like the i*hone around here, but now I feel their pain. I’m dyinggg for this to come out!!!

  • Anonymous

    So the Exynos won’t be running the Prime?

  • Anonymous

    Interetsing article,I just got a $827.89 iPad2 for only $103.37 and my mom got a $1499.99 HTV for only $251.92, they are both coming tomorrow. I would be an idiot to ever pay full retail prîces at places like Walmart or Bestbuy. I sold a 37″ HTV to my boss for $600 that I only paid $78.24 for. I use GrаbPenny.сom

  • Celerity00

    First!

    • http://www.facebook.com/kittygetwet James Sorensen

      one day….

  • Anonymous

    I just hope that Tom’s tweets are wrong and there is no kb on the nexus. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/kittygetwet James Sorensen

      hopefully so or maybe a second option, physical keyboard is a step backwards for a nexus device

      • Anonymous

        it reads like there will actually be a Droid Nexus and a Nexus for non Verizon carriers, and that one will have a keyboard. If it has a physical keyboard, I will opt for something else.

        • Anonymous

          I really hoping that we don’t. The thing will be already be thick being LTE, but to add a keyboard is downright waste. 

  • Anonymous

    I heard ICS isn’t going to be THAT big of an update as we all once thought, many things are bumped to JellyBean….who knows.

    • Anonymous

      Does the Verizon Nexus have a physical keyboard?

      • John

        All signs point to no.  The Samsung stratosphere, launching very soon, has a slider.  

        • Anonymous

          the @tfleming233 twitter poem that everyone’s been talking about alludes to there being a keeyboard on the Nexus…

          • Booboolala2000

            I have a Charge and a D3 love the keyboard on the D3 but couldn’t imagine a slider and a 4.5inch screen. That said I wouldn’t mind it if there was on just don’t see it. If it is as thick as my D3 I would get it. Will see what happens in the meantime. Love this time of year.

          • Anonymous

            don’t believe everything you read on teh internetz, especially twitter. There may be a variant of some sorts, but it’s not what’s floating around VZ right now.

    • Anonymous

      Didn’t you hear that here?

      Anything that combines the tablet and phone OS will be awesome in my opinion. Also, I’m sure there are a lot of sweet features they can add, but an OS that runs smoother is what I want.

      • Anonymous

        Here, there and everywhere. Though what you mention is exactly what I heard is delayed. There’s a reason the last article said it was 2.4.1….

        Full dual core support and some UI tweaks are a guarantee though. 

    • John

      It won’t be.. and Google has said from the start that it will only be the beginning of the merger between the two OS’s..and more features will be ported from one to the other as time goes on.

      I suspect we will see only a slight UI overhaul combined with a bunch of optimization. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/japultra Jason Nguyen

    I’m lactose intolerant, but can’t wait for ice cream sandwich!

  • http://www.ItsTechKnowledgy.com Colin S.

    I. Can. Not. Wait.