July 4, 2012 12:07pm
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was a pretty popular Android tablet last summer, and Samsung has been promising to update it, and a number of other tablets in the same family, to Ice Cream Sandwich for many months now. Though the rollout has only begun in Austria, Samsung says it will be coming to all parts of the world over the coming weeks.
Specifically, the below WiFi-enabled Canadian tablets are included in the rollout to Android 4.0.4:
Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0 WIFI (GT-P6210)
Galaxy Tab 10.1 WIFI (GT-P7510)
Rogers released the Galaxy Tab 10.1+3G (GT-P7500) and Bell released the Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE (GT-i957), and will likely supervise the rollout of those Android 4.0 updates with the help of Samsung. Bell claimed previously that the update would be available in June, but it has been pushed back to July now.
So, you Galaxy Tab owners languishing in Honeycomb, are you excited for your tablet to be given a new lease on life?