As you can see from the shots, the UI has undergone a redesign with electric blue highlights and a revamped notification bar. Android Police also reports the inclusion of an app drawer, launcher and task switching capabilities, as well as a panoramic camera mode. Nexus Prime owners should be stoked — they’ll be the first to receive the update, then Nexus S owners then the rest of the community in a process, coined by President Regan, known as “Trickle Down Upgradenomics.” [RootzWiki via Android Police]
Update: Is this just a fake? Commenter cocopopz over at Engadget points out that these screens lack the dark blue colours, LED clock font and other UI elements from Honeycomb, and that the power control widget has been removed ever since Honeycomb. Apparently the phone icon is also taken directly from Froyo, not even Gingerbread. What say you?