Other companies have already come forward and announced which devices, at least right out of the gate, would be getting their upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Now it looks like Samsung is ready to officially announce which of their branded devices will be making the jump as well. Interestingly enough, they’re putting quite a lot of focus on the international version of the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Note, so if you have either one of those devices, you’re the first to be in luck.
Samsung confirmed that the update to Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note will come in the first quarter of 2012. There’s no exact date given, but there’s nothing surprising there. Samsung then provides a list of other devices that will also be getting the upgrade to ICS, but “soon after” the first two devices see their own upgrade.
- Galaxy S II LTE
- Galaxy R
- Galaxy Tab 10.1
- Galaxy Tab 8.9
- Galaxy Tab 7.7
- Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
Samsung and the specific carriers here in the States, like Sprint and AT&T, which carry their own branded version of a Galaxy S II, will make their Ice Cream Sandwich update announcements separately.