The latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, has been released and although as yet it is only available on Galaxy Nexus, Samsung has confirmed that soon the ICS update would be available for as many as eight Samsung devices. These devices include giant devices from Samsung such as Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy S2 LTE, Galaxy Note and all versions of Galaxy tablets. These updates, which would start in the first quarter of the next year, would first be available for Samsung Galaxy S 2 and Galaxy Note, after which it would be gradually made available for the rest of the mentioned devices. Of course, there would be certain requirements of the carriers as well which would be announced soon. However, there was no mention of the Samsung devices other than the above mentioned devices which were called the ‘ICS upgradable’ devices by Samsung officially. Although it has not been specifically said that rest of the devices would not receive any such update, that is exactly how it seems to be. The news of upgrade, however, is certainly something to cheer for the Android users of these devices and would result in the increased popularity of Samsung devices as well as Android.