We thought that it might be quite a bit longer for the Galaxy Note to see an official Ice Cream Sandwich build, but it seems like the Samsung devs have been hard at work on it. The official ROM for the AT&T Galaxy Note has just been leaked. You can install it now on your AT&T Galaxy Note if you like by following the instructions on this page and downloading the file on this page.
XDA member BroBot175 has created a Windows 8 theme for the Galaxy Tab 10.1. It is compatible with GalaxyTask, Overcome 3G, and ICS ROMs. The video preview below looks quite a lot like the Windows 8 interface. So if you think that Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich is getting a little stale to you, then head to XDA and install this theme for a more unique UI.
The Galaxy Note’s software update from Android 2.3 to Android 4.0 was previously promised to come in Q1 of this year, but now has been delayed until sometime in Q2. Along with the upgrade to the latest version of Android, the update will bring along a Premium Suite of S-Pen software. The details of the software update can be found in the video below.
Today The Verge reported a rumor that the Galaxy S III will be powered by a quad-core Exynos processor. That rumor throws the possibility of the same chipset being used in the next generation of Galaxy Tab tablets.
Samsung is the manufacturer of the iPad 3 display. I know that Apple is branding it as the New iPad, but I am just going to refer to it as the iPad 3. The screen on the iPad 3 is 2048 x 1536. I am pretty sure that that is the highest resolution ever seen on a device with a screen less than 10 inches.
I posted over the weekend that the CyanogenMod team has added the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to the nightly build list for CyanogenMod 9. That means that it is now officially supported by CyanogenMod and we no longer have to rely on KANG ROMs to suit our CM9 needs. Unfortunately, I left you high and dry without any explanation on how to install it on your Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Update: As many have pointed out in the comments, the camera does not work. I forgot to mention it but I find it hard to believe that many of you ever use the camera.