Android 4.0.4 reportedly rolling out to 3G Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices in Italy

If you’re living in a country where the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has not been banned, it has been reported by the folks at SamMobile that the Android 4.0.4 update has started to roll out to 3G versions of the tablet. So far it has been reported that the 3G Galaxy Tab 10.1s in Italy have received the update (GT-P7500) and if you’re living there, you can try manually pulling the update by going to Settings -> About Tablet -> Software Updates. No word on whether other countries around the world has received the update yet, but if you have, do let us know in the comments below! The Android 4.0.4 update is expected to introduce some visual changes in the TouchWiz UI and is said to bring the software experience to be on par with the Galaxy Tab 2 models. Granted it’s not Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but updates are updates and we’re sure that Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners around the world wouldn’t mind the latest build of ICS anyway, right?

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