Samsung Galaxy S II gets ICS
The Samsung Galaxy S II also know as the SGSII has been receiving world-wide updates of the latest commercial Android release – Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has definitely been the most popular Samsung mobile device to be released so far. The mass mobile producer was just announced as outselling Nokia in the first quater of 2012 by a whopping 10 million units. Their range of Galaxy handsets extends much further than just the Galaxy S II, they have low-end, medium and high-end Galaxy devices and they also stock many 4G variants of the the same 3G handsets.
ICS runs fairly smoothly on the Galaxy S II with a few small bugs which should be ironed out hopefully in smaller updates for each network.
For Australian users:
Optus and Virgin – released theirs a few weeks back (although didn’t see any official announcement on their social channels) – Try doing a software update in the settings Menu
Telstra customers – started receiving their updates on the 27th April, most got it through KIES and a few through OTA. The OTA release was fully distrubuted on the 29th April. Check the blog I wrote for Telstra Exchange here.
Vodafone and 3 customers – the OTA update was released May 2nd and according to Vodafone’s blog is a staged release. Click here for more details on download.