Well, two of them, anyway: The Galaxy Tab 10.1, and the 7 inch version, too.
The update, which is around 240Mb in size, can be grabbed using your computer, via Kies, or over-the-air.
Techradar contacted Samsung regarding the update, and were told: “Samsung UK can confirm the roll out of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus WiFi and Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi devices is live. Any further updates for the Galaxy Tab range will be announced in due course.”
The Tab 7.7 and 8.9 should both get a dollop of ice cream before long, apparently.
Interestingly, this update has come to the UK first, with the US lagging behind in the Galaxy Tab stakes.
Of course, Jelly Bean is now out (and on Google’s Nexus 7), so you’d hope Samsung will be pushing to catch up quickly, and get some Project Butter on its slates (the facet of Jelly Bean which improves performance and response of the UI).
Ice Cream Sandwich, of course, revamps the interface in itself, and a number of other important goodies such as more longevity in terms of battery life.