The company had promised the update earlier sometime in July or August and they are surely fulfilling their promise.
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Thursday, July 05, 2012:
Samsung is reportedly rolling out Ice Cream Sandwich aka Android 4.0 update for its tablets. Samsung tablets are the closest competitor to Amazon’s Kindle Fire, thereby, making this update all the more important. The company had promised the update earlier sometime in July or August and they are surely fulfilling their promise.
Among the tablets that will receive the update are:
P1000 came to India first followed by the Galaxy Tab 620 and then the latest Galaxy Tab 2 310. The latest Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 310 came with ICS, but the earlier ones got the update soon. The Galaxy Tab 2 310 comes with a 7-inch wide WSVGA PLS TFT display with a resolution of 600x1024pixels. It also features a 3MP rear camera with a VGA type front camera. Equipped with 1GB RAM and a 1 GHz dual-core processor the Galaxy Tab 2 is light, weighing 345g and it is highly portable.
Don’t know how excited users will be with this news, especially with the unveiling of the latest Jelly Bean aka Android 4.1. But this is surely a welcome move.