Sony: All tablets, all regions to see Android 4.0 by end of May
Sony has confirmed that all versions of their tablet line will see Android 4.0 updates before the month is finished. Speaking with CNET recently, and confirmed via Twitter, Sony advised that all Sony Tablet S and Tablet P devices will have Ice Cream Sandwich by May 31, regardless of market or region.
While the company might only offer two models at this time, it’s a good sign that the company wants to stay relevant. Early Sony efforts such as the Xperia X10 were great pieces of hardware however they were left in the dust as they struggled to push out timely updates.
Among the features that come with the Android 4.0 update are panoramic camera mode, browser enhancements, and an updated gallery viewer with SD card access.
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