Last night, Google took the wraps off its latest mobile operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. And while we know that it will be launching on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus at some point in November, many of you current Android device owners have probably been wondering when your device might be seeing the update turn up.
Well, according to Andy Rubin, other devices should start seeing the update a “couple of weeks” after the Galaxy Nexus launch. A couple of weeks in Rubin speak is likely not the same as a couple of weeks in the dialect that you and I speak so I wouldn’t get too excited just yet.
So let’s just assume that we’ll probably see the update arrive in December at the earliest, given the Galaxy Nexus is rumored to be launching on November 10th.
I have a feeling the Nexus S will be the first device not called the Galaxy Nexus to see the update and my gut tells me that the rest of you will have to wait until 2012.
Just a hunch.
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