With Android 4.0.4 for the Galaxy Nexus barely outed of the door in January and never been released official, it seems Google and Samsung both are now planning to release Android 4.0.5 for Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and fairly soon, claims @Black_man_X, a man that needs no introduction in the world of Android.
4.05…. works great on Verizon.Fixes audio reboot issue as well as data falling asleep… early April if all goes well..
— Mobile Panda King (@black_man_x) March 20, 2012
According to Panda, Verizon is reportedly in the beta testing stages for an update to their LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus, which is already running smoothly on the device.
Based on the numbers, you can expect a more fine-tuned ICS experience and probably a few minor bug fixes and software tweaks, including internal things alongside some reboot issues, data falling asleep, battery life problems, and will most likely have new radios, which will be bringing overall speed improvements to the Google device.
There is talk it has that Google and Verizon will start pushing version Android 4.0.5 to the Galaxy Nexus in early April.
We don’t as yet have any information on what more will be included in the Android 4.0.5 update for the Samsung Galaxy nexus, as soon as we gets some more details we will let you guys know.