Samsung Galaxy Canada Gets Ice Cream Sandwich Update Now
Last Monday, the latest Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update landed in Canada for selected Samsung Galaxy devices. And if your are currently one of the tech-consumers holding a Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet, you might want to check your devices if the latest Android operating system is already there for you to download. The software update have started last 30th of April and will roll-out gradually all throughout the quarter.
According to Paul Brannen, the Vice President for Mobile Communications at Samsung Canada, they are passionate and committed about providing the best possible mobile experience to Canadians. Furthermore, he believes that by rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is one of which that can improve the user-experience of Samsung Galaxy users.
I already did update my Samsung Galaxy S II with the latest Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich last month. Indeed, there are so many new features that I enjoyed about the update. Although, of course there’s no perfect system so I am still monitoring this software upgrade on my smartphone and will collate them for submission to Google Android communities to investigate. Some of the special features that I enjoyed using are Face Unlock, the new interface which made some improvements when handling multi-tasking, Wi-Fi hotspot, full web-browsing experience (not to mention I can now use Google Chrome BETA with ICS update), and many more.
Here are the list of Samsung Galaxy devices in Canada that is now ready for Ice Cream Sandwich update. But you must take into consideration that like all those previous software upgrades, this Ice Cream Sandwich update availability depends on your device and carrier. So don’t be despair if yours is not yet included – be patient.
- Samsung GALAXY S II
- Samsung GALAXY S II LTE
- Samsung GALAXY S II LTE HD
- Samsung GALAXY S II X
- Samsung GALAXY Note
- Samsung GALAXY Tab 7.0
- Samsung GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus
- Samsung GALAXY Tab 8.9
- Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1
[Source: Canada Newswire]