The Ice Cream Sandwich roll out continues, which should be good news for Android device owners that are waiting for the latest mobile OS version from Google. Technically, Jelly Bean is the latest Android version, but JB was only unveiled a few weeks ago at Google I/O, and it will take some time until it makes it to non Nexus-branded devices.

Meanwhile, you should know that Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch, which is what the carriers calls its Galaxy S2 flavor, will soon be getting its ICS fix. A screenshot grabbed by Android Central reveals that the ICS rollout for the Epic 4G Touch is set to start on July 12 (or tomorrow) and the process should be completed by July 20.

The ICS update will be pushed out over-the-air (OTA) so you’ll be able to automatically upgrade to Android 4.x as soon as Sprint is ready to deliver it. I won’t blame you if starting tomorrow you keep manually checking for software updates on your Sprint Galaxy S2, so while you’re doing that, make sure you keep us updated on how your Epic 4G Touch ICS update goes.

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