Samsung Canada dishes Ice Cream Sandwich to host of products
Here’s a bit of news that should be welcomed by our North-of-the-Border friends. Samsung Canada has begun releasing Android 4.0 updates to a number of their Galaxy products. Starting today and rolling out over the next few weeks, the following nine products will see their Ice Cream Sandwich update.
- GALAXY S II
- GALAXY S II LTE
- GALAXY S II LTE HD
- GALAXY S II X
- GALAXY Note
- GALAXY Tab 7.0
- GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus
- GALAXY Tab 8.9
- GALAXY Tab 10.1
“We are passionate about providing the best possible mobile experience to Canadians and the upgrade to Android 4.0 will offer an improved user experience for Samsung GALAXY devices,” said Paul Brannen, Vice President, Mobile Communications at Samsung Canada. “We expect that our customers will enjoy an enhanced experience with their GALAXY device through this upgrade and we remain committed, alongside our carrier partners, to satisfy our customer needs”.
If you’ve got one of the aforementioned smartphones or tablets then you are advised to keep an eye open for update notifications. The timing of your particular update will depend on the device and carrier so don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t happen right away!
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