Samsung has finally begun rolling out the much-awaited Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS upgrade to its Galaxy S II devices. According to reports, the upgrade is presently available in Poland, Hungary, Sweden and Korea but will be soon made available in rest of the countries.
Earlier rumours had suggested that Samsung would be releasing ICS upgrade in phases, and many users could receive the update before March 15. The Galaxy S 2 users, however, can also upgrade to
the ICS manually via Odin, after the official ROMs are released.
The Android 4.0 upgrade will give a redesigned user interface, better multi-tasking features, web-browsing experience and prompt notifications. The ICS update also includes a new People app, which is an upgrade from the traditional Contacts app on the Android devices. Users can also update their Galaxy S II devices via the Samsung Kies app, which is available on company's support website.
Samsung is also going to roll out ICS update to its Galaxy Note, Galaxy SII LTE, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 devices in near future.