Few days ago, T-Mobile was abandoned from Samsung’s Android 4.0 update plan in US. The Korean giant was told us that this is nothing serious. They assure that the magenta carrier is now work closely with them to deal with the update issue. Well, it seems like they’re telling the truth, because T-Mo’s Android 4.0 Update Roadmap is recently spotted on the web.
This confidential yet important document is retrieved by our guys at TMoNews. It is clearly stated that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will surely available for HTC Amaze 4G, HTC Sensation 4G, and Samsung Galaxy S II this year. But please note that if the release date in the leaked document are accurate, TMo’s customers might have to wait for long time before they’re able to grab the update.
The HTC Amaze 4G and HTC Sensation 4G are expected to receive their update on July 16th. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S II Android 4.0 update won’t start to roll-out until June 14th. The main factor that will determine the accuracy of this release date is how much time needed for carrier testing phase. This factor is also accused as the main reason why Verizon hasn’t roll out Android 4.0.4 update yet for the Galaxy Nexus LTE.
We are also notice that the leaked roadmap only reveals the fate of three android devices. We still have no idea when T-Mobilr G2X, G2, or myTouch 4G will have the chance to taste the Ice Cream Sandwich.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was announced for the first time on late December 2011, alongside with Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which also the company’s latest flagship handset. Three months later, the codes of the OS was published and available for public download. This is mean that the OS is already five months old now. However, it seems like carriers and manufacturers are having difficulties to adapt the new OS to their current products. Latest statistics reveals that less than 3% android device around the world running on Android 4.0.
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