In Pictures: 9 Android devices getting an unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is the latest version to show up on smartphones and tablets

Galaxy Tab 10.1

Maker: Samsung Carrier: T-Mobile Original OS: Android 3.2 ("Honeycomb") Officially supported by CyanogenMod 9 community

This Galaxy Tab with a larger, 10.1-inch screen is one of the few Android devices to be sold to the public with the version of Android that Google's developers quickly put together for tablet use. The tablet also raised the ire of Apple, which sued Samsung in several courts worldwide, claiming that the design looked too similar to the iPad. A German court agreed, and so you cannot buy this tablet in that country. For some reason (a result of this lawsuit?), Samsung hasn't announced plans for upgrading the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to ICS, but this probably doesn't matter since it will get an official CyanogenMod 9 port.

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