Not long after European users of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi (P7510) have started receiving Android 4.0 ICS updates, now we’re seeing reports which indicate the tablet is getting ICS in the US, too.
The update can be downloaded over the air, or you can use Samsung Kies to get it. While you might not have it starting right now, it should be available within the next few days if you’re in the US.
Samsung will update all its tablets introduced in 2011 to ICS. It’s not clear if any of them will receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, too. But we’ll let you know of we hear anything on this.
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