Samsung, in an attempt to appease its customers, has put out a list of phones that’ll get Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). This list consist of phones on US carriers, and it can be found on Samsung’s support pages.
On AT&T, the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Galaxy Note, Captivate Glide, Nexus S, and Galaxy Tab 8.9 will all be upgraded, while on Verizon the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 7.7 will receive Android 4.0. Sprint’s Nexus S 4G finally got Android 4.0, while the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch is also set to get its serving of Ice Cream Sandwich. Moreover, all Wi-Fi Galaxy Tabs currently running Honeycomb will get the update. Unfortunately, T-Mobile customers are being left out in the cold with Samsung saying their “in close communication” with the carrier, and will “provide updates as we have additional details to share.”
If you followed the list of phones above, then you’d notice that there is no Galaxy S and original 7-inch Galaxy Tab. These phones didn’t make the cut, but we’ve known they wouldn’t for months, when Sammy blurted out the original Galaxy S and Tab wouldn’t get ICS. Samsung has been getting much flack since it made that statement months ago, and it seems the company hasn’t changed its stance.