Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi tablet started getting upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich last month in multiple parts of the world, it looks like they are finally rolling it out here in the US. They didn't get it out in July as promised, but we'll take it.
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Galaxy Tab 10.1 is finally getting Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich starting today. While it's been available with CM9 for months and months, this is the official update from Samsung themselves. According to SamMobile it started rolling out to the WiFi model today in the UK and Italy.
Samsung has informed everyone that it's planning to make a major Galaxy-related announcement on August 15. Naturally, we don't know what this announcement is - that would take all the fun out of it - but our friends at SlashGear are guessing that it has something to do with the Galaxy Tab or the Galaxy Note. Since Samsung just released the Galaxy S III in May, we're tempted to agree.
Ice Cream Sandwich. They've released one at about every size you can think of, some more than once, and the latest Galaxy Tab 2 already has ICS out of the box. It's only fair they get these updated and we are now hearing they'll be doing exactly that starting next month.
Galaxy Tab, the original Galaxy S, and a few others will never officially see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from Samsung. Instead they'll be getting the hotly discussed Samsung "value pack" instead that will bring ICS-like features to the aging devices. Today that update appears to be ready.
will be announcing what they are calling "the next Galaxy" on May 3rd in London. This will in fact be the Galaxy S III flagship superphone for the company, but now we are hearing they'll also introduce another tablet -- as if they didn't have enough already. If for some random reason the phone doesn't interest you, maybe the tablet will.
Businessweek asked Page about which Android tablet he prefers, the executive made an answer that shouldn't surprise anyone: he's a fan of Motorola and Samsung's designs.