Samsung has finally confirmed the release timeframe of Ice Cream Sandwich OS for its range of Galaxy devices. Apart from Galaxy Nexus that already runs Android 4.0, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note will be the first recipients to get the Android 4.0 update, which will be available sometime in Q1 2012.
Samsung has also confirmed other devices like Galaxy S II LTE, Galaxy R, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will also receive the Ice Cream Sandwich update.
Samsung also mentioned that the update availability will vary according to region and carrier requirements.
Jeff Wolfers says
What does ICS do with the hardware buttons on the S II? Does anyone know?
ICS disables the on-screen software buttons when it detects the presence of hardware buttons.
Dave Naughton says
And the original Galaxy S?
Ajdin T. says
what about i9000?
Galaxy S and Galaxy S+ users shouldn’t hold their breath.
What about the Galaxy Tab 10/1 – WiFi ? I got the 32G last summer. I’m in Canada, although I bought it in USA.
Guess that means us Galaxy S (captivate) owners will have to rely on CM9. Of course it will probably be released before the official version anyway.
galaxy s 2 skyrocket?
Kunal Gangar says
Its safe to assume all Galaxy S II variants will be updated to ICS but the roll out will vary according to region and carrier approval.
Michael Veli says
They better have an update for the droid charge >:(
its about time………