Earlier this year at CES 2012, the world was introduced to yet another Android-powered tablet (which frankly, has flooded the market by the dozens, making it rather tough to pick out one that is very different from the rest) in the form of the Le Pan II. Half a year ago, it ran on Android 3.2 Honeycomb which was a tablet-centric version of Android, and we are pleased to announce that from July 15th onwards, the Le Pan II is on the receiving end of the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system update.
This operating system update will introduce recent tabs when you press the home button, making life far easier whenever you are working on the tablet itself. Not only that, users will be able to benefit from the NFC feature thanks to the inclusion of Android Beam, letting you share content wirelessly with other compatible devices. In addition, we ought to be able to see an improved battery life, better and more stable Wi-Fi connectivity, better processing performance, and the ability to adjust the usage of RAM automatically while freeing up additional internal memory space. Your camera on the Le Pan II should also work in a faster and smoother manner.
There are also whispers that this holiday season, we could be looking at a third generation Le Pan tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in tow. Time will reveal all rumors, so let us sit out on this one and wait.