Samsung News, April 11, 2012 — Vodafone announced via its online forum site that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Galaxy S2 will hit the air this week.
Vodafone is the latest carrier to announce the Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update, the latest and greatest version of Android yet. According to the UK wireless carrier, the operating system was recently approved, and it is set to invade the supported smartphone on April 12th local time. In United States, however, carriers are not yet talking about the much-needed update, but some users have already installed the update using leaked ROMs.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the most popular Android smartphone last year, while the Android ICS or Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest, and much-anticipated version of Android yet. Putting the two products in one will surely attract more sales.
The Android Ice Cream Sandwich includes new features like Face Unlock, Google Chrome for Android, data management setting, People App, new multitasking with swipe-to-dismiss gesture, and new UI for Google apps like YouTube, Gmail and Google Plus.
According to Google’s latest Android tally, the Android Ice Cream Sandwich now powers more than 2 per cent of the total Android smartphones worldwide. Via Vodafone.
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