May 12th, 2012

Getting devices updated to Android 4.0 has not been the smoothest of tasks. Google’s newest version of Android is arguably the biggest software leap we have seen in our favorite mobile OS. But while other manufacturers are already catching up on updating their older devices, LG is going to take a bit longer; at least with the LG Optimus 2X.

This information happened to go under every blog’s radar for a couple weeks – LG Singapore’s Facebook page has recently posted that the main leader in Tegra 2 smartphones will not be getting its Ice Cream Sandwich update until Q3, 2012. After being set for a Q2 roll-out, this update seems to have been delayed for unknown reasons.

The LG Optimus 2X hasn’t necessarily had the best history. The device was plagued by multiple bugs and random reboots when first released, and for a while, it was uncertain if the phone would even get Android 4.0. This could be simply another bad story to add to the device’s list, but we certainly hope these issues don’t get extended to other devices.

Te list of devices to get the ICS update during Q2 also included the LG Optimus 3D, LG Optimus LTE and the LG Prada 3.0. All of which are very popular smartphones. Do you think these will see the same delay?

[Source: LG Singapore (Facebook) Via: Pocketnow]

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