This week had me running around the Consumer Electronics Show floor, where Android (s goog) was everywhere. Except for the Microsoft (s msft) booth, that is, where Windows Phones got people buzzing. It doesn’t matter though, as Microsoft rakes in cash from approximately 70 percent of all U.S. Android handset sales due to patent licensing agreements.

At the show tablets and smartphones galore were running Android, many of them showing off the new Android 4.0, which I find is a huge improvement for the platform. Huawei impressed me early on in the week with the debut of its Ascend P1 S handset. Short of a quad-core processor and large amounts of internal storage, this phone has outstanding specifications. Combined with Android 4.0, it should sell well, pending the price and carrier options forthcoming.

Later in the week, the same company showed me a 7-inch Android 4.0 tablet with…

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