We previously had confirmation from Samsung Italy about which of its devices will be getting Ice Cream Sandwich and today, Samsung announced on its global blog its official plans concerning the next Android update. According to the post, “the ICS-upgradable devices are the GALAXY S II, GALAXY S II LTE, GALAXY Note, GALAXY R, GALAXY Tab 10.1, GALAXY Tab 8.9, GALAXY Tab 7.7, and GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus.”
It looks like we now have the addition of the Galaxy S2 LTE and Galaxy R to the list. Still no word on the original Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed. According to Samsung, the company will be making separate announcements on details of OS update schedules for each market according to the market situation and carriers’ requirements. Let’s hope the whole Froyo-Galaxy S fiasco doesn’t repeat itself.
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