When the international version of the Galaxy Note received Android 4.0, packaged as Samsung’s Premium Suite, AT&T users knew they’d have a couple month wait until the update was reworked to Ma Bell’s standards. Sure enough, here we are some two months later and the update is finally rolling out to AT&T Galaxy Notes starting tomorrow. Coincidentally, just in time for T-Mobile to hopefully start selling the device.
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The most powerful Sprint cell phone (but just by a nose), the HTC EVO 4G LTE ($199.99) is both fabulous and frustrating. It has a powerful processor, the best camera on Sprint, and a long list of great little convenience features that make it our Editors’ Choice for a Sprint phone. But not knowing where Sprint is installing 4G LTE is getting old.
As of writing, Ice Cream Sandwich has made its way to 4.9% of all Android devices. That’s still extremely low considering the age of the operating system, and worrying considering Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is rumored to be launching soon. OEMs are scrambling to provide updates, so here’s a piece of good news: the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile USA will receive an ICS update on May 21st.
Verizon’s latest LTE phone runs Android 4.0, has an 8-megapixel camera and has built-in Beats Audio for music enhancement.
Google CEO Larry Page isn’t concerned about Android’s lack of revenues, at least for the time being.
Samsung has pushed back the release of it second-generation tablets from the end of March to the end of April. The delay, according to a Samsung spokesperson, is because the company needs more time to work on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s funny, because Samsung has had access to Ice Cream Sandwich longer than any other hardware maker.