Sony has made available for download the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform for yet another device that landed on shelves last year, namely Sony Tablet P.
The update was expected to arrive on devices roughly a month ago, but it seems that Sony had some issues with it, and had to push back the roll-out.
This week, however, the mobile phone maker has announced that the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system is now available for Tablet P, and that owners of Tablet S devices can also enjoy it.
However, the update was made available for Sony Tablet S users several weeks back, and they already got the change to take advantage of its features.
In addition to providing users with all the goodies that Google packed inside Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the update also sports a set of features and capabilities that come from Sony itself.
“This update combines the features of Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) with unique new features and apps from Sony,” the mobile phone maker notes in a blog post.
“Upgrade your Sony Tablet to experience a streamlined user interface with drag-and-drop folder creation, improved multi-tasking and browser. New Sony features include direct access to SD card, ‘Small Apps’ and enhanced photo viewing options.”
Additionally, the company notes that the Ice Cream Sandwich update for Sony Tablet P was made available for download only is selected markets.
Following the update, users will get a new interface on their devices, along with improved applications, better social networking features, improved browsing, and the like.
Those who would like to learn more info on what the new software update has to offer should head over to this press release on Sony’s website, which explains the main features packed in Ice Cream Sandwich for Sony Tablet devices. The video embedded below offers a glimpse at Android 4.0 on Tablet S.