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Topic # 94902 21-Dec-2011 12:40 Send private message

Just in case you're wondering (and don't have a Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S Laughing

Odd that there's no mention of Galaxy S, wonder if that misses out? 

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  Reply # 562348 29-Dec-2011 08:22 Send private message

Yes it does miss out.

One of ther easons I decided to buy a Nexus S for my daughter which has pretty much the same hardware but will getting ICS OTA.

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  Reply # 562362 29-Dec-2011 08:48 Send private message


Official 2.3.5 now being deployed as of Dec to S devices however. So I can expect mine to be ready late next year the rate virgin AU goes :)

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  Reply # 562371 29-Dec-2011 09:11 Send private message

Maybe, maybe not. Still up in the air.
Galaxy S and Tab may get a cut down ICS, but who knows at this point. 

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