Some flip-flops are good. Take summer for instance, most people break out the flip-flops and enjoy the nice warm weather. Other flip-flops well…aren’t as good, flip-flops in decision making being one of them. The Next Web is reporting that Samsung has entered the ring once more with the announcement that the “Value Pack” that was supposed to bring some key features of Android 4.0 to the Galaxy S series of phones is off the table.
Initially, Samsung announced that last year’s flagship line of Android smartphones wouldn’t get an upgrade to Android 4.0 via their Korean language blog. This sparked off much ire in the mobile community due to the reasoning: Samsung’s TouchWiz enhancement suite wouldn’t fit along with Android 4.0. Samsung later relented, stating that they’d reevaluate the possibility of Android 4.0 on the Galaxy S line, then stating that they’d likely pursue the “Value Pack” route.
Of course, we’ll leave you with the caveat that the US carriers haven’t expressed their Android 4.0 upgrade plans, including plans for several late Galaxy S family devices like the Stratosphere, Droid Charge, Galaxy S 4G, Infuse 4G and Sidekick 4G.
Source: The Next Web