List of Samsung devices receiving ICS updates – AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and Wi-Fi tablets


Samsung Epic 4G Touch - Ice Cream Sandwich update
Ever wonder when your Samsung device is getting Ice Cream Sandwich? You probably have a carrier-tied phone or tablet and have been waiting for ages like most people are in the US. If you happen to be a customer of Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon, you’re in luck today. Samsung announced the availability of Ice Cream Sandwich updates for several devices tied to these carriers via their support page. A few international, WiFi-only tablets are slated to receive ICS updates as well. As far as T-Mobile is concerned, there is no word yet which devices are getting updates.

For your convenience, we prepared the following list of Samsung phones and tablets bound to receive ICS updates within the year. The updates are ready but Samsung is still negotiating with Google and carrier partners, asking for their permission to release Android 4.0 as quickly and smoothly as possible. It could only be a matter of weeks before the following devices receive ICS updates via OTA and Kies:


• Samsung Galaxy S2 (SGH-i777)
• Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket (SGH-i727)
• Samsung Galaxy Note (SGH-i717)
• Samsung Captivate Glide (SGH-i927)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (SGH-i957)


• Nexus S 4G (SPH-d720) – ICS update is already available
• Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch (SPH-d710)


• Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 (SCH-i815)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (SCH-i905)

International, non-carrier tied models

• Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Wi-Fi (P6210)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi (P7310)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi (P7510)

No devices were announced for T-Mobile. Samsung says they are in “close communication” with the US carrier so they could provide upgrades over the coming months. While we still don’t know when exactly they’ll be updated, it’s better than not hearing from Samsung at all.

via Samsung Support


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