Android 4.0 ICS Update For Samsung Galaxy S II And Galaxy NOTE Next Year.

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With the arrival of  enhanced and sweet looking Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, android smartphone lovers are filled with enthusiasm for getting their hands on the new Android mobile operating system. Samsung and Google are jointly going to launch Galaxy Nexus as the first 4.65″ super smartphone powered with Dual Core processor and 1 GB Ram and will feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But what about the people having smartphones running prior versions of Android.

Samsung yesterday officially announced that two of the Galaxy smartphones and four of the Galaxy tablets will get Android 4.0 ICS update. Exact date was not declared but Samsung promised that the update for their products will be available in second quarter of 2012. The smartphones that will be getting the ICS update are Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy NOTE whereas the Galaxy tablets which will be getting similar update are Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9,Galaxy Tab 7.0 and Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus. So it’s the party time for the owners of above said smartphones and tablets. But despite of the announcement of updates for some of the Samsung’s smartphones and tablets, there is a bad news for the people having Nexus One because the model will never get the Android 4.0 ICS update as declared by Google. Google told that the specification of the Nexus One is too low for running the new OS. Lets see which of the smartphones will get the taste of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update .

 

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