The company announced today that it will be issuing a firmware update to all its Transformer Prime owners worldwide. The update will be completed over the air. The tablet was rumored to be the firm mainstream tablet to run on Google’s latest operating system, which was released in October 2011. Ice Cream Sandwich is Google’s first operating system created to work on both smartphones and tablets. The Transformer Prime was released in December 2011, but ran Honeycomb as opposed to Ice Cream Sandwich. Adding to the anticipation, the tablet is also outfitted with the first quadcore processor built for mobile devices, the Nvidia’s Tegra 3.
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