Week in Review @PocketDroid (30.07 – 5.08)


And here we are again, with another edition of our weekly review, the Week in Review @PocketDroid!

Sony pushed an ICS update to the Xperia acro HD. Here’s what we were talking about:

The Android 4.0 ICS software update roll out has begun today in Japan for Sony Xperia HD IS12S. Customers will receive an upgrade notification on their phones instructing to upgrade to the latest Android 4.0.4 version via 3G, WiFi or through  Sony’s PC companion software kit. Get the update

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was updated to Android 4.0.4. Here’s more about that:

A year ago, Samsung launched a direct competitor to the iPad 2 – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The device was launched with Honeycomb back in the day, and it’s finally getting its ICSupdate. It bumps the Android version to .0.4 and includes all of the ICS and TouchWiz goodies. OTA available

HTC Rezound finally tasted official ICS. In our words:

Its been a really, really long and depressing way for HTC Rezound owners who almost lost faith on Taiwanese vendor and local carrier about delivering Android 4.0 ICS OS to their handsets. However, last 24 hours reports point to an on-going OTA (over the air) firmware upgrade throughout the country. Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 started shipping to US retailers ahead of time. Here’s a paragraph from the article:

Something is not right here, is it Samsung? The USofficial launch event of the 0.1″ Samsung phablet is scheduled for August 15, however looks like Samsung has already begun shipping GALAXY Note GT-N8000 model units to retailers throughout the country. GB RAM