Following its launch of the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung has announced this morning on its Facebook page which smartphones and tablets are planned to being upgraded to Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich. According to these information, the Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Note are the first to receive Korean Ice Cream Sandwich-love anytime in the first quarter of 2012. Furthermore, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy S II LTE, Galaxy R, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus are also Android 4.0 upgradeable and will most likely receive Ice Cream Sandwich anytime after the two flagship devices have received Google's latest Android version.
There is only one question left: Why is there no Android 4.0 upgrade announced for the Samsung Galaxy S and the Galaxy Plus? Both are more or less Samsung's counterpart to the Nexus S (which is also manufactured by Samsung), which has recently received Ice Cream Sandwich.
That's all the information Samsung has given today but noted that separate announcements on details of the OS update will be made soon via Facebook and Twitter.
Cheers ~ Arne