Earlier today we learned that Google was updating its current Android version to 4.0.3, and they have now continued by releasing the AOSP build. One of the biggest features is the fact that it will work directly on a non-Android Development Phone or Nexus phone, as well as the first to work on a Verizon device. It will require no further coding, and should work right out of the box.
This doesn’t necessarily mean it will work on any phone it’s thrown on, but it should make the process easier. Other features include optimization for a variety of devices, including phones, tablets, and devices with weaker specs. Out of the box it will work on the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, and Motorola Xoom. Anyone planning on updating their devices? Excited by all the compatibility?