Fuzhou Rockchip teases Android 4.0 PAD, brings Ice Cream Sandwich to the big screen (video)

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Fuzhou Rockchip teases Android 4.0 PAD, brings Ice Cream Sandwich to the big screen (video)
A tablet running Ice Cream Sandwich? That's what China's Fuzhou Rockchip has apparently produced with the Android 4.0 PAD, as seen by our brethren over at Engadget China. According to the manufacturer, this slate is the very first to run Android 4.0, having been put together only a couple of weeks after Google released the source code for its latest OS. Rockchip's being rather mum on specifics and release dates for supported devices, though it has revealed that this particular prototype's powered by its 1GHz RK2918 processor. The company's released a teaser video as well -- check it out for yourself after the break, and do also head over to Engadget China for some hands-on shots.

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Rockchip Android 4.0 PAD Coming Soon: First Bite on Ice Cream Sandwich From Mainland China - the First Android 4.0 PAD in the World

FUZHOU, China, Nov. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Just a couple of days after the release of Android 4.0 source code, we've gotten impressive news from Mainland China - Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics is going to update those tablets running their RK2918 chips for the Ice Cream Sandwich soon. What's more, pictures of the tablet with RK2918 capacity show a delicate Android 4.0 User Interface. The long-awaited launch for the Ice Cream Sandwich will come in the first week of Dec.
Click here to view a posted video: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzI0Njg5Nzg4.html

The RK2918 capacity has gained great popularity in the domestic tablet manufacturer industry, as well as some overseas ODMs. This means that we're going to see numerous brands showing their latest Android 4.0 updated tablets, and this fight will no doubt bring a big influence on the market which is good news to customers.

What's the Ice Cream Sandwich really like? Wait and see for yourself!
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