Ice Cream Sandwich reveal party, Hong Kong, Tuesday night, we’ll be there!

Oct 14, 2011
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This post is just a big reminder for you that we will indeed be hitting up China for some tasty treats this Tuesday at the Samsung / Google event in Hong Kong. It's Android Ice Cream Sandwich we're expecting, and we're gonna get it! Not only that, we expect a lovely new device by the name of Samsung Galaxy Nexus - we've also hear Nexus Prime as a possible name, but if this poll has anything to say about it, Galaxy Nexus is the real deal. In Hong Kong the event is on the 19th of October at 10AM - conveniently that is also the time of day, 12 hours earlier, that it will be taking place New York time -- October 18th at 10PM.

Photo taken by Michael Wickus for TOTCB : "Squirrel from a Balcony"

Per the invite we've received this past week, this event will both be taking place live in China and will be available to the whole world as a live streaming video event via YouTube.com/Android at the time listed above. You're welcome to watch, and we encourage you to do so, but definitely sit here with us on SlashGear and comment to your heart's content while we post each and every news bit surrounding the event as it goes down. Also be sure to stick around to see our hands-on with the Samsung / Google / Android device, or dare I say devices?!, that we'll surely be peeking at right after the live portion of the event is over.

Also for your preparation, have a look at our bigtime [Ice Cream Sandwich portal], our [Android portal] for everything all around the Google mobile OS world, and hit up the following links for a full pre-event education!

Samsung teases handset for upcoming event
ICS launch confirmed on YouTube
Nexus Prime detailed for Verizon LTE
Nexus Prime name and release leaked by Samsung UK
Nexus Prime pictured clear as day
Google Nexus phone details roundup mid-September
Galaxy Nexus specs avalanche
Google Nexus Prime renderings appear accurate
Samsung Galaxy Nexus hands-on video leaks

See you Tuesday!


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