Samsung Galaxy S II to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tomorrow in Korea. International update coming at the end of March?
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S II is finally ready to receive its official update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich starting tomorrow, March 13. But before getting too excited, you should know that the tomorrow update is scheduled only in South Korea, and only for SK Telecom’s Galaxy S II.
The information comes from SK Telecom’s Twitter account. Yes, we’ve seen tweets about ICS coming to the S II before, and it didn’t happen, but this time The Verge has it that “some SK Telecom documents” are confirming the update. So it must be the real deal.
Korea aside, we are now hearing that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the international version of the Galaxy S II will arrive starting the end of March (hat tip to @gauravh1 for the info). We’ll obviously let you know when exactly it happens, so stick around.
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