First ICS Tablet in Hand! Android 4.0 Tablet Powered by RK2918 Goes on Sale!
This week, the first Android 4.0 tablet in the world will go on sale, which is powered by Rockchip RK2918 chips and manufactured by numbers of brand companies in China. For those who have got an Android 2.3 tablet in hand, the device can get a free to the newly released version at the same time. Let’s get a big bite on the Ice Cream Sandwich!
This is really a big hit after we’ve seen videos showing ICS demos on tablets with RK2918 last week, on reports from several big tech websites.
Tablets like Newsmy K97, Window N90, Cube U9GT2 and Telecast T76 are on the list of first , and the ICS pre-installed products are available on local brand stores and online shops. U.S. and European markets also get access to RK2918 tablets manufactured by overseas ODMs.
“The OS will be continuously optimized for better compatibility and performance,” Rockchip announced, “to achieve the best experience on ICS”. And later we will see more brand companies updating their tablets with RK2918 solution.
The specific date of ICS release will be announced according to different brands, please pay attention to our latest report.
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