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Ice Cream Sandwich coming to T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 7 plus, but only via Kies

Ice Cream Sandwich coming to T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 7 plus, but only via Kies

Jerry Hildenbrand 5

T-Mobile support has let everyone know that an optional Android 4.0.5 update for the Galaxy Tab 7-plus should be ready and waiting in Samsung Kies tomorrow. Before we go any further, we know it says 4.0.5 -- that could be a typo or it could be a specially-built version from Samsung for the Tab 7-plus. I've reached out, and will let everyone know when I hear back. What we do know is that...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now available on U.S. Cellular, becomes carrier's first 4G LTE device

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now available on U.S. Cellular, becomes carrier's first 4G LTE device

Sean Brunett 3

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is now available on US Cellular and is the carrier's first 4G LTE device. The Galaxy Tab 10.1  boasts the same specs as previous versions. It has a 10.1-inch 1280x800 display, 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 3.2, and 32GB of memory. The tablet can be had for $399 with a $100 mail-in rebate. As far as 4G LTE, US Cellular is offering a a few different data...

Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab now said to possibly get 'Value Pack' instead of Ice Cream Sandwich

Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab now said to possibly get 'Value Pack' instead of Ice Cream Sandwich

Phil Nickinson 71

In the continuing story of "Nobody knows what the hell's going on with the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab," (see Part 1 and Part 2) a new report out of Korea suggests that the manufacturer's 2010 flagship devices may receive a "Value Pack" update instead of a full-fledged refresh to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The "Value Pack" -- we'd expect a better name once all the translation and...

Samsung's Korean blog explains why the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab didn't make the ICS cut

Samsung's Korean blog explains why the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab didn't make the ICS cut

Phil Nickinson 45

And so begins the long list of Android devices that won't officially be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung's "Samsung Tomorrow" blog, in Korean, has explained why two of 2010's top devices, the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab, won't be getting official updates to ICS. The short version: older hardware and a slew of customizations, including Samsung's own TouchWiz. This shouldn't...