Samsung to begin official Ice Cream Sandwich update push for Galaxy Tab 10.1, 8.9, 7.7, and 7.0 Plus next month


Samsung is just weeks away from unleashing Android 4.0 for their stable of tablets, with the update planned to go live sometime next month. SamMobile is reporting that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 7.7, and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus are all on the docket to receive the update in July, with the bulk of devices actually receiving Ice Cream Sandwich in August. The timing seems about right, as Samsung is still working to get the latest version of Android to many of their more recent devices and in all regions. Galaxy Tab owners will be grateful that the wait will soon be over.

[via PocketNow]

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  1. RIght in time for ICS to be out dated… This is why I went with an ASUS tablet…

    1. And the reason why I’ll more than likely go ASUS as well, when my GTab dies.

      1. Same here. Nexus or Asus all the way. Im selling my 10.1 I just wish I could get all my $600 back :(

    2. My last samsung tablet also, I’m waiting for Asus 7″ tablet.

  2. It will be nice to finally have camera and proper graphics drivers in AOKP.

  3. Hopefully ICS will run smoother on the Galaxy Tabs. I tried to like them, but the graphics lag just kills the experience for me. (Same with old school Sense)

  4. Google io tablets?

  5. Verizon version gets it… in December then? :-p

  6. Bout fuckng time! Sorry been waiting a while.

  7. It’ll be very welcome. I do have to say though that I don’t have many complaints against my 7 plus. I wish it were as hack freindly as my nexus, but for what I use it for, it serves me well.

  8. Bout time!

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