Asus says it will be one of the first with the Android Jelly Bean update
0. phoneArena posted on 02 Mar 2012, 16:54
This story really shouldn't be any surprise, but we get the feeling some out there may try to blow it up into something that it's not. In our estimation, Asus made a comment that was wholly accurate, and indicative...
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1. GALAXY-S posted on 02 Mar 2012, 16:57 2 0
once i experiance ICS i will look forward to 5.0 "jellybean"
5. Cwebb posted on 02 Mar 2012, 21:27 1 0
I have been to the land of sugar and honey, and it is AWESOME!
3. andymp3 posted on 02 Mar 2012, 18:20 2 0
Asus is a great company. I have several phones and several tablets and can honestly say that Asus makes a great product. I bought the original asus transformer with the dock and also have the samsung galaxy tab 10.1 4g and after the ICS ...the transforner is still my favorite tablet. It is blazing fast and has improved with the ICS update. Way faster than my tab ....i also had the ipad and HTC jetstream and the asus is still better in my books. Buid quality was a bit lacking however the new one solved that issue. I only hope Asus will update the transformer to 5.0 as well.. Spec wise it should have enough power to run it so i hope they do.
4. Stuntman posted on 02 Mar 2012, 18:42 2 0
I'm an Eee Pad Transformer owner as well. I really appreciate Asus getting their update out so quickly. I was quite surprised it came out so soon.
It's interesting how the article mentions that their tablets are not locked to carriers. I don't know how carriers can lock tablets that only have a WiFi version.
Perhaps Asus should approach Google about making the next Nexus phone if they are supposedly so close to Google.
Of all the manufacturers that make Android devices. Asus seems to try to be the most innovative with their hardware. That is the reason I got an Asus tablet over anything else. The keyboard dock is what makes them stand out above all other tablet makers.
6. nwright94 (unregistered) posted on 02 Mar 2012, 22:28 0 0
Not trying to say they should stop moving foward, but didn't ICS JUST come out?
7. MichaelHeller posted on 03 Mar 2012, 10:08 0 0
you know how it goes. just on to the next one.