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Android Cellphones Handhelds Software Upgrades

Samsung Reconsidering Android 4.0 On the Galaxy S 192

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the seeing-is-believing dept.
ghostoftiber writes "The original Galaxy S was the redheaded step child of the Samsung device line. ... Samsung announced over Christmas that the original Galaxy S was done, leaving its faithful fans in a position of having another year on their contracts with no upgrade path. Users were predictably incensed, and it looks like Samsung changed their minds. There's also the Samsung Vibrant development forum if you want Ice Cream Sandwich running on your Vibrant right now." The original source is bit iffy and implies that the release will not be fully featured (probably due to hardware constraints). Business Insider contacted Samsung directly and an official response is expected today.
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Samsung Reconsidering Android 4.0 On the Galaxy S

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