AT&T promises Android 4.0 updates for ten more devices

AT&T promises Android 4.0 updates for ten more devices

AT&T has offered up a list of their Android devices expected to see an Android 4.0 update in the coming weeks and months. Much like Verizon recently did, the carrier has put together a collection of smartphones and tablets that will get their Ice Cream Sandwich update.

As some of you know, AT&T announced yesterday that the 4.0 update is now ready for HTC Vivid smartphones and can be manually installed by users.  For whatever reason, there are no other HTC models on the list below, including that expensive Jetstream tablet.  Perhaps there were not enough sold to even consider the update.

Although AT&T has not set up a dedicated tracking page for the Android 4.0 update, we know it should include the following:

  • LG Nitro
  • Motorola ATRIX 2
  • Motorola ATRIX 4G
  • Pantech Burst
  • Pantech Element
  • Samsung Captivate Glide
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

Are you an AT&T subscriber anticipating Ice Cream Sandwich?  Is your phone or tablet listed here?

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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