ASUS Transformer Prime to receive Android 4.0 next month?

ASUS Transformer Prime to receive Android 4.0 next month?

The ASUS Transformer Prime is considered as one of the hottest Android devices of 2011, and it was announced by ASUS a few weeks ago as the first ever NVIDIA Quad-core tablet. While the Prime has already been available for pre-order, it’s set to hit the market by the end of this month and considering the amount of retailers already out-of-stock, this device is looking to fly off of shelves.

The only sad thing about the Prime — it’s expected to launch with Android 3.2 instead of Ice Cream Sandwich. While that’s certainly disheartening, you shouldn’t have to wait long as the Prime is scheduled to receive the Android 4.0 update sometime in January according to Digital Versus. The Transformer Prime is definitely a very powerful tablet just like its predecessor, and with the new quad-core addition, and Android 4.0, it will be the best tablet money can buy.

Source: Digital Versus

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  1. Guillermo Martinez
    December 13, 06:12 Reply

    I think they should put their attention in releasing device on the expected date. 

  2. Stusmygsgbrd
    December 13, 08:19 Reply

    So we have transformer prime, amd, intel, msi, huwei honor, kindle fire on an sdk port in Hong Kong. Getting a kindle fire myself, hope I can boot a reliable ICS soon, once it’s done for Nexus S it’ll be easier to get it booted to my sammy gs.

  3. Billy
    December 13, 18:49 Reply

    At the end of January, we will be saying ICS will be available in March…

  4. Bengferspamdump
    December 22, 08:57 Reply

    The sad thing about the transformer prime isn’t that it ships with Android 3.2. The sad thing is that its still vaporware. Asus has totally dropped the ball on getting this out for the Christmas rush, and now January isn’t even likely for most people.

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