As reported not long ago, Samsung plans to upgrade many of its Galaxy tablets to Android 4.0 ICS starting this month. It looks like the first to get the update is the Galaxy Tab 7.7 GT-P6800.
According to SamMobile, owners of the Tab 7.7 GT-P6800 are getting ICS (via Samsung Kies) as of yesterday, July 3. This, however, seems to happen only in Austria for now.
In case you don’t know yet, the GT-P6800 is the 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 7.7. There’s also a Wi-Fi-only version (GT-P6810), and an LTE one (i815 – sold in the US by Verizon). These will probably taste ICS pretty soon, too.
Other Samsung tablets that should be updated to Android 4.0 starting this month are: Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi (GT-P7500), Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi + 3G (GT-P7510), Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi (GT-P7310), Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi + 3G (GT-P7300), Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Wi-Fi (GT-P6210), and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Wi-Fi + 3G (GT-P6200).
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