Android 4.0 is for real now. And the best part is it will be code-named "ice-cream". This was apparently confirmed by ARM President Tudor Brown (that Android 4.0 would be called Ice Cream). There seem to be very little chances that he would be mistaken, as ARM's processors are being used in over 95 of all mobile phones out there. (source)
Android 3.0 has been codenamed Gingerbread and the codename for Android 3.5 is Honeycomb. So going by this code-name convention of naming releases after desserts, the codename "Ice-Cream" for Android 4.0 does not seem to be too vague. Android 4.0 is expected to be released sometime mid or second half of the next year.
Google has not, however, said anything regarding this. Since they already have two versions of Android on the way - Gingerbread and Honeycomb - it is unlikely that Google will reveal any details of Ice Cream for a while. Actually they have not even announced much details about Gingerbread and Honeycomb.
I personally love the name Ice Cream. What about you?
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