Since the Samsung Galaxy S II is going to be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich starting next month, its various versions introduced around the world should be updated, too, at some point.
In the US, it looks like Sprint is already testing Android 4.0 for its Samsung Epic 4G Touch SPH-D710.
A user over at the XDA Forum has discovered an RDF page on Sprint’s website, which suggests an Android 4.0.3 build is currently being tested on the Epic 4G Touch. Unfortunately, there’s no way of telling when Sprint and Samsung plan to officially release the update.
Sprint is currently selling the Samsung Epic 4G Touch for $199.99 on contract, in either black or white. Later this year, the carrier is going to launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which will run Android 4.0 from day one.
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