Tag Archives: android 4.0

HTC Confirms Ice Cream Sandwich For HTC Sensation, HTC Amaze 4G

After providing a vague answer regarding which devices would receive an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, HTC has just released a full bore list of the first devices that will see the update. The great news for T-Mobile fans is the knowledge that both the HTC Sensation and HTC Amaze 4G will see Ice Cream Sandwich. HTC says that the update will come in early 2012 and that we should “stay … [read full article]

LG Confirms That Optimus 2X Will Receive Ice Cream Sandwich Update Restoring Hope For G2x Update

Oh this LG Ice Cream Sandwich story just keeps getting better and better and this time, we really do mean the story is getting better. As of early this morning LG Mobile has taken to their official Facebook page and attempted to end the Ice Cream Sandwich update rumors for the Optimus 2X. “LG is currently in the process of planning the ICS OS update for the LG Optimus 2X … [read full article]

Follow Up To the LG G2x Ice Cream Sandwich Story

Late last week saw a story concerning LG, Ice Cream Sandwich and the Optimus 2x/G2x upgrade. LG and the decision not to upgrade either device to the upcoming Android 4.0 platform. As it turns out, LG has followed up on the report and said they haven’t reached a decision regarding an upgrade for either device.   According to a follow up response received by the boys at Androidandme, LG has … [read full article]

Samsung List Of Smartphones Receiving Ice Cream Sandwich Update

On the heels of this mornings news that LG had determined the Optimus 2X/G2x would not receive the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 update, comes news of Samsung devices set to receive the update. The report out of Samsung Italy arrives via AndroidHD that the Korean manufacturer will upgrade a limited list of recent smartphones and tablets. Of course the Galaxy S II is on the list as it’s got … [read full article]

Verizon Removes “Exclusive” Tag On Galaxy Nexus Page

Its likely that the removal of the “Exclusively from Verizon” tag on the Galaxy Nexus page on Verizon’s website is more of a response to the phone being available elsewhere in the world and nothing to do with future availability in the United States. Still, we remain hopeful that a T-Mobile bound version will appear in the coming months but the removal of this “exclusive” tab on the Verizon website is … [read full article]

Google Says Nexus One Won’t Receive Ice Cream Sandwich Update

The Nexus One will always hold a special place in our Android-loving hearts as the first official Google Phone which makes it unfortunate that it’s just too old to receive the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update. Google’s Hugo Barra, speaking to the The Telegraph explained that the hardware was simply too old to run the new operating system. It’s sad to see the Nexus One move into the legacy column of Android … [read full article]

HTC Says They Will Update As Many Phones As Possible To Ice Cream Sandwich

HTC has taken to their Facebook to clear the air about their Android lineup and future software updates to Ice Cream Sandwich. After an earlier report this week that they were “evaluating” the software HTC has gone and promised to update as many handsets as possible. T-Mobile certainly has a lot of HTC handsets in the mix and we’d love to see them all get the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Everyone wants the … [read full article]

(Updated) Samsung Confirms Verizon Bound Galaxy Nexus, Other Carriers May Follow Later

Update: Samsung Mobile USA has updated their Facebook post with a “no US carriers determined yet. Stay tuned for updates.” I’m not sure if we should be disappointed in this news or hopeful. On the one hand, there was almost no question that Verizon would be the exclusive carrier of the Galaxy Nexus initially. That rumor has been floating around for quite some time so we’re not exactly … [read full article]

Ice Cream Sandwich Update To Roll Out “A Couple Of Weeks” After Galaxy Nexus Release

On the heels of reports that Google would bring Ice Cream Sandwich to the Nexus S and likely to other Android 2.3 devices comes a rough timeframe for when we can expect the first rollouts to begin. Nexus S owners are likely to see the update first as a straight Google device as it won’t be subject to carrier or other manufacturer slowdowns. Speaking at the AsiaD Conference, Google Android Chief … [read full article]