Image editing is a useful tool to have on a phone, especially with screen sizes getting larger by the month. With these leaked icons it appears as though Android Ice Cream Sandwich could well be joining the bandwagon
Android-centered investigative website androidpolice.com have found what they believe to be icons which suggest a native image-editor will be available for Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest incarnation of Android.
Speaking confidently the website believes that these are absolutely official icons, however are preferring to stay fairly open minded about whether we'll see this functionality actually appearing straight out of the box.
From the images it's clear that there'll be a wide range of options to help you make your shots look as good as they can, from cropping, sharpening, flipping and even exposure levels. According to the website they've found around 19 icons for photo effects which means that if the application does appear you won't have to worry about a lack of features.
What do you think, will we see a image-editing app appear on the Google Nexus Prime, mooted to be unveiled later this week? Let us know what you think in the comments box below...
Source: Android Police