All Archos G9 tablets will soon get an Android 4.0 upgrade
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The French company Archos is offering a number of 80 and 101 G9 slates equipped with 8GB/16GB SSDs or 250GB HDDs, and central processing units with core frequencies ranging from 1.0GHz to 1.5GHz. Notebookcheck also reported back in December of 2011 on the Honeycomb-based 101 G9 Turbo tablet, which packs a dual-core OMAP4 CPU clocked at 1.2GHz and a 10.1-inch widescreen display with a native resolution of 1280-by-800 pixels.
According to an Android Police report, all G9 tablets manufactured by Archos will get an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade in the first week of February. It was also revealed that those slates purchased before the end of next month will still ship pre-loaded with Honeycomb OS; however customers will supposedly be able to update their devices straightaway. The first Android 4.0 tablets will reportedly start shipping a few weeks after the official release of ICS.