Android Ice Cream Sandwich Security Risks

Android 4.0 Risks

If you are ever so slightly clued in to Android phones, then you’ll know Ice Cream Sandwich is Google’s latest update to the operating system rocking your smartphone. It features numerous new things, such as face recognition unlocking and ‘Android Beam’, allowing users to beam data across their smartphones seamlessly a little bit like bumping. Now, with every new software release security risks come with it, which have been detailed in the image provided above.

Android Ice Cream Sandwich will be the 7th major software release by Google, following the legacy of Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread and Honeycomb. The first handset to sport it officially will be the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

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