Android's Gingerbread update, version 2.3.4, has finally made its way to the LG Optimus Black P970. It started rolling out last week, and Philippines users started getting it this week. Given that it has taken almost a year, the wait has been frustrating. Still, Optimus Black buyers have been given their promised Gingerbread update, and they have more to look forward to since, LG has promised to bring Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, to this phone. The question is when. Hopefully, much faster than the GB update.
At Php14,700 this is the cheapest phone in the market with a promised ICS update.
SE Mini, Mini Pro, Active, Neo, and Neo V are cheaperReplyDelete
Sony Ericsson has said its Xperia devices will get ICS updates. Given the amount of internal storage on the units you mentioned (512MB or less), I would keep my fingers crossed on some of those at least. The Google Nexus one with 512MB or internal storage is not getting ICS. The Black has 2GB internal.ReplyDelete
The LG Optimus Black P970 is now in the market. People are awaiting for it to use it. The wide range of screen and professional look create the nice look and people are mostly like this kind of phone. Also the weight of this phone is so minimum and it is easy to carry.ReplyDelete
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