Android 4.0 ICS For HTC Flyer Coming Soon
Over the past two months, HTC has been rolling out Android 3.2 updates to the various HTC Flyer models available worldwide. The Honeycomb update gives the Flyer a new UI and access to tablet specific apps on the Android Market.
But many Android enthusiasts have been ecstatic about the update, also there has been good acceptance from the general public since the update entirely changes the UI and proved to be a good upgrade for those bored with Gingerbread or simply wanting to have the “latest”.
Well this nice device called Flyer has some more goodies for us!. According to an HTC customer service rep:
Those not satisfied with Android 3.2 on the HTC Flyer can revert it back to its out of the box experience or they can simply wait for the Android 4.0 update (Ice Cream Sandwich) which should be available within the next few months.
A passing reference from an HTC customer service rep is nice, but lets wait for an official announcement from HTC.
Based on the tablet’s hardware, perhaps we can see an official Android 4.0 software upgrade for the HTC Flyer in the first half of the year, lets hope this time HTC delivers on time the upgrade and make us all happy!
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