Today we earlier reported that HTC is the latest to add has been working hard these days to get its Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades ready for its devices. Ice Cream Sandwich is slowly and now fastening rounding up everywhere as a much awaited Android version upgrade with almost all the major phone vendors – Asus, Motorola, Lenovo and HTC are working towards to come out with their own tweaks of the latest.
And now through the Eldar Murtazin, the controversial mobile industry insider reveals that Ice Cream Sandwich has been tipped to start rolling out to Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note models from March 2. Murtazin posted a tweet stating that the official update would roll out at the beginning of next month. His tweet states, “Android 4 aka ics for sgs2 will be officially available from March 1(depends from country/operator). Update over the air or using kies”
Samsung which last year on December 20 made public announcement listings the eligible ICS upgrade devices namely the GALAXY S II, GALAXY S II LTE, GALAXY Note, GALAXY R, GALAXY Tab 10.1, GALAXY Tab 8.9, GALAXY Tab 7.7, and GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus. It said both the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note would receive Ice Cream Sandwich updates in the first quarter of 2012, with updates for other smartphone and tablet devices following soon after.
Official confirmation has yet to come regarding the release date pointing the current date “might be” as a rumor, but if the date is the real-date for the update, then it is just less than three weeks left for the ICS to make it all the way to your cellphones.
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