France’s SFR says Android 4.0.5 coming in March


The Android 4.0.4 update for the Galaxy Nexus was just sniffed out over the weekend, but French mobile provider SFR is already suggesting a fresher update for March. The carrier’s device update timeline lists an Android 4.0.5 version of Ice Cream Sandwich due for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S that month, a software iteration that, given its version number, shouldn’t provide any drastically new features. We can expect things to be further smooth out the ICS code and provide mostly bug fixes and software tweaks.

Also worth noting from the SFR document is the scheduled arrival of Android 4.0 for the HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S II. Both devices are slated to receive Ice Cream Sandwich during March alongside the Android 4.0.5 update for Nexus devices.

[via Android Police]

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  1. When do I get Jellybean on my Galaxy Nexus..ICS is so 2011 :-)

    1. When do I get my Key Lime Pie? … Jellybean is so 1st-half 2012. >:)

  2. I noticed that it says ICS and Sense 3.5 for the Sensation. I wonder is it not powerful enough to run Sense 4.0?

    1. AFAIK HTC rarely upgrade the version of sense delivered with the phone.

      It’s probably something about not altering the user-experience, and of course then they wont have to spend cash adapting sense and it gives the user another option for upgrading as well.

      1. Also Sense sucks.

  3. How about Samsung Galaxy S Plus?

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