Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich looks pretty good.
It's got a bunch of new features, like an updated look, improved notifications, and an awesome browser.
Oh, and anyone with a picture of your face might be able to unlock your phone. Uhhh, guys?
The SoyaCincau blog put the new Face Unlock feature of Ice Cream Sandwich to the test at a recent Samsung event, and it was cracked pretty easily by a picture of the user's face on another phone.
The writer claims that he programmed the lock to recognize his actual face, not the photo on the other phone, and after a few tries, voila—unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus!
At the time of its announcement, a lot of folks were murmuring that something like this would be possible, but the Android-focused Developer Advocate Tim Bray settled everyone's concerns by saying it wouldn't.
We'll let you know if Google has anything to say about the video below; and of course, Ice Cream Sandwich isn't even out yet, so there's still time to patch a fix if something's amiss.
But for the moment, jealous boyfriends and girlfriends everywhere have something to celebrate.