Android 4.0 Confirmed for Archos G9 Tablets
Archos is brand name that is quite popular and known all over the world. We all love them for their wide range of Android tablets. If you are familiar with their G9 Tablets or currently using one of them, then you would love to hear that Archos just confirmed an ICS update for G9 Line.
As we informed you few weeks ago that Archos will be launching the update in Q1 of 2012, the expected time was right because Archos will be launching the update for G9 Tablets during the first week of February. By the end of next month, users would be able to buy Archos G9 Tablets with ICS pre-installed right from the shelf.
Also the updated G9 Tablets will come with 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU instead of 1.2. The ASUS Transformer Prime is the first to run the Ice Cream Sandwich, whereas Archos G9 tablets will be leading the ICS race after it. G9 Tablets are impressive, and with these attractive specs and balanced price, it’s no doubt one of the best in the market right now.
Archos fanboys, are you excited about the ICS update for the Archos G9 Tablet?
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