Our Korean isn't great but apparently this page says that the Galaxy S Smartphone and 7-inch Galaxy tab won't be seeing any ICS upgrade action.
However, a whole swag of devices are expected to be upgraded accoring to a recent statement by Samsung. These are the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II LTE, Galaxy Note, Galaxy R, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus.
The upgrades are expected during the first quarter of 2012.
The popular, and in our view underrated, Motorola Xoom tablet will be getting its ICS mojo happening. Over the air upgrades started last week and will appear on devices soon. If you have a Xoom, make sure you back your data up before you hit the upgrade button.
The Official Motorola Blog also says that the recently released DROID RAZR and DROID BIONIC will be upgraded.
If you have a Motorola smartphone or tablet, you can keep up with upgrade news at the Motorola Android Software Upgrade News site.
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