#TBT: Check Out Ice Cream Sandwich on the Nexus S, Marvel at How Far We've Come

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“Look, you can place two app icons on top of each other to create a folder.” Back in 2011, this was pretty groundbreaking if you think about it. You could even place these newly-made folders into your app dock on the bottom of your screen. Wicked awesome. 

The below video shows off a custom Ice Cream Sandwich ROM loaded up onto the Nexus S, before it was made available to the device from Google. Reminder, the Nexus S launched with Android “Gingerbread.” A lot has changed since then, no doubt about it.

Check out this walkthrough video, then take a moment to reflect at just how great our smartphones have become.

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