Last month we brought you news that Samsung put up an official list of devices sold in the US that would get updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. While that list was extensive, conspicuously missing was any mention of any smartphone or tablet sold by T-Mobile. We were promised that the list would be updated soon, and it has now happened.
And thankfully, some T-Mobile devices have been added. So, in case your carrier of choice loves the color magenta, and you’d like to get a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich, here’s some good news.
The TMo devices that are currently on Samsung’s update list are the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S Blaze 4G, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Not many, but it’s a start.
Of course, other smartphones and tablets may make it to the list as well in the future, but this is it for now. So if you have one of the aforementioned four T-Mobile Android devices made by Samsung, you should rest assured that you will get an official update to the latest version of the operating system. At some point. Time frames haven’t been announced yet, so stay tuned.
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