The Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ice Cream Sandwich update has already started to roll out on the 3G models, but now the Wi-Fi models are starting to get their turn. The GT-P7510 currently has an over the air update ready in the United Kingdom.
Hopefully, Samsung will release updates in other parts of the world soon too. It should not be much longer though because Samsung promised Android 4.0 updates by the end of August.
Source: Sam Mobile
The AT&T Galaxy Note has been chugging away with Gingerbread since launch, but is finally about to receive a huge update tomorrow. It will be getting upgraded from Android 2.3 to 4.0 and be getting a “Premium Suite” of features. The “Premium Suite” includes more apps specifically made for the S Pen stylus. It is looks like Samsung put some time into the apps and they are not just bloatware.
SamMobile is reporting that the Galaxy Tab line will receive an update to Ice Cream Sandwich very soon. The updates will apparently start in July, but most are planned for August. Keep reading for the list of Galaxy Tabs to get the update then. It appears to be the entire Honeycomb lineup.
We have already heard Samsung’s plan for Wi-Fi Galaxy Tabs and several other carriers, but T-Mobile was glaringly absent. Now the T-Mobile plans are finally out and the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will both receive upgrades to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The only question left is how long until it is released.
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.