by Bams Sadewo, 1 year ago
Samsung has pushed out the Android 4.0 ICS update for its flagship Galaxy S2 phone a week ago. While most European and Asian countries have been able to get a bite of the elusive Ice…
News about the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S2 and its many variants is one topic that we’d relentlessly report to our readers. We know how hard it can be to feel left out from the ICS party, particularly if you have an insatiable sweet tooth. You’d think that since the user guide has been published and the ICS source code has been shared, things would move along at a faster speed. But obviously, there’s something that’s holding back the update from reaching your phone.
If you happen to have a Samsung Galaxy S2 X on Telus, you’re in for an ICS surprise. A quick check on the Canadian carrier’s website reveals that the expected ICS upgrade date for Samsung Galaxy S2 X phone has been changed from a vague “Available in 2012” to a more acceptable “coming soon”.
We don’t know what the new announcement implies, but it’s decidedly better than the former. After all, there are still eight more months left in the calendar year. Taking the glass is half-full approach; there is a good possibility that your phone will receive the ICS update this month.
For our Canadian readers on Bell Mobility who may have missed the announcement, the carrier has released a timeline of when your Android devices will receive Ice Cream Sandwich. Here’s the complete list:
If you have any information that you’d like to share with fellow readers regarding the ICS update on Samsung Galaxy S2 X or other Android phones on Bell, please do so on the comment section below.