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AT&T rolls out its Android 4.0 ISC update list, 10 att android devices included

Posted in: AT&T Android Phones,AT&T Cell phone newsMarch 23, 2012
AT&T rolls out its Android 4.0 ISC update list, 10 att android devices included

AT&T rolls out its Android 4.0 ISC update list, 10 att android devices included

Google’s latest operating system – the Android 4.0 (ice cream sandwiches) OS has been released for a long time, the various operators and   providers has prepared to receive the android 4.0 upgrade. Yesterday  AT & T  alao announced its android 4.0 ICS  update plan, in addtion to roll out the ICS updae for HTC Vivid starting yesterday,  it was also reported there will be another 9 AT&T android smartphones and tablets is about to be upgraded to the ice cream sandwiches OS in the coming months in 2012.

As we known, Recently HTC and Motorola had announced the their upgrade list, and we have known the Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T is including in Motorola’s upgrade plan.
Similar to the previously released update list of Verizon, what we guess was close to the truth, but the official published list had a reassurance to the general user.
In addition to increase the HTC Vivid, AT & T’s upgrade plan also includes the following models:

  • LG the Nitro
  • Motorola Atrix 4G
  • Motorola Atrix 2
  • Pantech Burst
  • Pantech Element
  • Samsung Captivate Glide
  • Samsung  Galaxy  Note
  • Samsung  Galaxy S II,
  • Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket,
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

Unfortunately, AT & T does not give an exact release date for the update, but just claims that the ICS update will be delivered for these android devices in the coming months. Also we also made a  bold prediction,  it is expected both motorola Atrix series android smartpphone will get the upgrade in the next month. But this is just a unilateral assertion after all, as for the exact release date, we still have to wait for official release of a specific statement.

Source: AT&T

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