Samsung is reportedly planning to bring the Ice Cream Sandwich update to Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab devices next year after consumer backlash.
The Korean mobile phone maker angered lots of loyal Galaxy customers when it had announced that it would not be offer the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the old Galaxy S smartphone or the Galaxy Tab tablet device.
According to an article on The Verge, ajnews is reporting that Samsung has backtracked from its original decision following massive consumer demand and has informed that it is re-investigating the issues behind bring ICS to these devices.
The company said that it was difficult to accommodate ICS on the devices due to their small memory capacity, but will look into ways to update these devices. This would make a lot of loyal customers very happy and help the company maintain that loyal customer base.
Samsung will have to find a 'work around' or else it would incur the wrath of millions of Galaxy S customers. Android 4.0 ICS is one of the most desired OS's around and is currently only available on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone.