Samsung to rethink plans for ICS on Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab

27 December, 2011 | Comments (151) | Post your comment

Last week, Samsung announced that the good ol' Galaxy S and P1000 Galaxy Tab 7.0 won't be eligible to get in line for some tasty, official Ice Cream Sandwich update. As a result, a lot of people were infuriated and wrote Sammy how they really felt about the matter.

And what do you know - it turns out this worked and, according to Korean newspaper Ajnews, Samsung has promised to look into it again and reevaluate both Galaxy S and Tab viability to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

It's still unknown when Samsung will actually come up with a verdict on the future of the two devices, but one thing is certain - the million of Galaxy S users won't take No for an answer. If you are feeling impatient, head over to our blog to see how the Galaxy S runs Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Samsung to rethink plans for ICS on Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab - reader comments

  • Anonymous

Plz update galaxy sl to ics

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  • 2012-08-27 16:51
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  • rsyid

galaxy p1000 was the (first)model to give success to the newer models...why must it be left behind???if it weren't for p1000,there wouldnt be greater models like tab2,right?.....at least give it running 3.0... :(

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  • 2012-08-05 09:53
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  • naeem afridi

Samsung should give a taste of honeycomb r sandwich Os to the P1000 tab.. P1000 is the best selling Tab through out the world...

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  • 2012-03-08 09:17
  • KIp9