Although Samsung confirmed last year, in November, that the Samsung Galaxy S2 would enjoy an update to the craved Android 4.0 ICS Ice Cream Sandwich, it was not until now that they offered specific details. The ICS update will be done in the next two months.
Google promises interesting improvements with its new version of Android. That is the reason why users expect more anxious than ever to update their devices to the latest version of firmware. So far only the Nexus S and Nexus Galaxy have had the opportunity to offer their owners a streamlined user experience with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
A model such as the Samsung S2 Galaxy can not be without a version as strategic as the Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 . Since the launch of the new version of OS, the company hinted a future update, and the confirmation came in November. After the Ice Cream Sandwich source code release, a multitude of custom ROMs invaded the market. However, the most interesting developments came when the first betas of the leaked Android 4.0.3 through Samfirmware . Although not functional, they showed the integration of Ice Cream Sandwich with TouchWiz in order to test the improvements brought by ICS.
Meanwhile, developers are still struggling to build a custom ROM with this code as stable as possible. However, everybody was waiting to hear from Samsung about a final release date. That day has arrived, although it is true, we don’t really have a specific date, more like a period. Through the Facebook account of the Norwegian subsidiary of Samsung we found the first data about the update of the Samsung Galaxy S2. As we could see, the IT giant is given it’s giving itself a target of at most 2 months. By then, the second versions of the Galaxy will receive Ice Cream Sandwich. We should clarify that, as usual, users with customized versions of the operators should be on a look-out for news from their operators.
Similarly, the information released by the brand through Facebook will also affect the Samsung Galaxy Note that may receive Ice Cream Sandwich at the same time as his little brother. We will have to wait and see if the specific software that uses the S Pen stylus does not complicate the work of the Samsung engineers.