In spite of Samsung's best efforts to bury the news by reporting it a couple of days before Christmas, Friday's disclosure that the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab won't get upgraded to Android 4.0 drew a lot of justified ire. Now the company seems to be backtracking like a champ, as reported by ajnews in Korea, by claiming that it will review the viability of updating those two devices in response to strong customer demand. While restating the difficulties of fitting its entire software footprint onto the Galaxy S and Tab's limited memory capacity, Samsung has been quoted as saying it'll investigate ways to try and make it work. We've reached out to Samsung for official comment on the matter and will update you as soon as we hear back.
Samsung said to be reviewing Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab ICS upgrades in response to demand
Samsung said to be reviewing Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab ICS upgrades in response to demand/
Samsung has backtracked on its decision to not upgrade the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab to Android 4.0, now saying it'll investigate upgrades for the two devices in response to strong customer demand.