There is a good news for the users of Samsung Galaxy Tab 750. Samsung has planned to launch an update for Samsung Galaxy Tab 750. This Tab also known as Galaxy Tab 10.1 and was launched earlier in August that ran on Android 3.1 HoneyComb . This device features a 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor with a display of 10.1 inch, 1GB RAM and a rear camera of 3 mega pixels.
The update is available over the air through Samsung Kies application which is approx 230 MB in size. Users can receive alerts and notifications on their device while they are online. Users in offline mode can also check for the update manually from the settings option. Most of the WI-Fi tablets will receive the update first.
For the users who are updating they have to make sure that they take a backup of some of their settings like APN, Music Player and others, as the data will be wiped out from the internal memory while updating. Users are advised to keep enough battery life on their devices to proceed the update without any interruptions. It will take half an hour for downloading and deploying the updates. To confirm whether the device is updated or not, users can check for the built number and version by going through the ‘About Tablet’ option from the ‘Menu’ option.
The new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will introduce the new TouchWiz UI with a redesigned user interface. As per the reports, the new update will bring a restyled user interface with enhanced multi-tasking facility. Other than this, users can notice an improved browsing experience, a new e-book application, better notification and data management. But, the exact change log is not yet available and we have to wait for this till the launch. Many users have noticed increase in the battery life after the Android 4.0 ICS update. The price of Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 in India starts from Rs 29,500.
Even with this update some Samsung Tab users are not a happy lot, as they were expecting Jelly Bean update on their devices. However, Samsung is also planning to release Jelly Bean update in the near future.