Google’s new mobile operating system called Ice Cream Sandwich was officially announced in October 2011 at a technology event in Hong Kong. Soon after ICS was officially unveiled, developers have expressed their wish build apps for this new OS.
LG said that they will bring ICS update on their Optimus smartphone line-up. Meanwhile, many HTC’s devices are announced to receive the update. And Samsung may be the first company to get an Android 4.0 phone on its Galaxy Nexus.
It has been also reported that March 15 will be the release date for the Samsung Galaxy S2 upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich - the latest version of Android. It means that we have to wait for nearly two weeks to see the Galaxy S2 join hands with Android 4.0.
Ice Cream Sandwich update for Samsung Galaxy S2 will arrive on March 15, 2012
The Android 4.0 ICS appearing with the Samsung Galaxy S2 is considered a big deal. The S2 is known as the most well-known Adroid phone with more than 20 million units sold worldwide – second only to the iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update will finally appear on handsets in March 2012
The Android 4.0 ICS is the newest update of the operating system designed for smartphones, tablets and so on with a collection of new features and improvements. The update features things people like most about Android such as rich notifications, easy multitasking as well as deep interactivity. In addition, the system also offers powerful new ways of communicating and sharing as well.
The Android 4.0 is described with adjective such as simple, beautiful and useful
Samsung also announced that Ice Cream Sandwich would come to its most famous devices such as Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note by end of the first quarter of 2012. Therefore, the company is attempting to push the update quickly to its Galaxy S2.
The Android 4.0 ICS is the newest update of the operating system designed for smartphones, tablets and so on
Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.0 was launched back in November 2011. And the phone is dominating the rest of the market thanks to the software.
Samsung may be the first company to get an Android 4.0 phone on its Galaxy Nexus