According to a press release issued today by Sony Japan, the two tablets will taste ICS starting late April. The update will bring other (not ICS-specific) enhancements, too, including the ability to take panoramic photos, and “Small Apps” – a feature that allows users to launch new apps on top of already running applications (like Google Maps, or YouTube).
Sony has also announced that the dual-screen Tablet P will get a slew of interchangeable front and back panels (priced at $60 each) next month. This, however, will likely happen only in Japan.
Via The Verge
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