GSM Galaxy Nexus gets 4.0.2 update, 4.0.3 announced already

Google Android logoGoogle is on a roll with the Ice Cream Sandwich updates for the Galaxy Nexus. After releasing the 4.0.2 update for the LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus, the have now released the same update to its GSM sibling as well. This update brings the same changes as the one on the LTE version and is 8.7MB in size.

But that's not all. Google has also announced the upcoming 4.0.3 update for the Galaxy Nexus, which includes bug fixes, performance updates and new APIs for the developers that includes social stream API in Contacts provider, Calendar provider enhancements, improved access to camera features and improvement to accessibility features.

Google also wants 4.0.3 as the base version of Ice Cream Sandwich to be used by Android handset manufacturers. The update is said to be made available in the coming weeks.

Source: GSMArena

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