An upgrade to Android 4.0 seemed like as good a place to leave AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2 as any, but the aging handset isn’t riding off into the sunset without at least one more software update. Owners of the phone started receiving Android 4.0.4 early this morning as an unexpected over-the-air update.
The software, which is labeled with build number I177UCLK3, didn’t come with a complete changelog, but no major changes are expected other than the bump up in Android version. Android 4.0.4 itself is a minor upgrade featuring stability enhancements, camera improvements, and general performance tweaks.
As it is getting rather long in the tooth, it’s hard to expect the Galaxy S2 will be seeing anything past this final Ice Cream Sandwich update. If you’re looking for Jelly Bean, it might be time to start considering an upgrade.
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy S2 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.