Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich update rolling out tomorrow for SK Telecom


If a since-deleted tweet is any indication, Korea’s SK Telecom will be pushing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the Samsung Galaxy S II starting tomorrow, March 13th. The carrier went so far as to name the specific time the update will go live (10AM local time). All indications are that the rollout is still on for the date and time announced despite the removal of the original tweet. The Verge speculates that perhaps Samsung didn’t want SK Telecom stealing their thunder with the announcement. More pessimistic folk might say that a last minute bug has pushed back the release of the long awaited update.

When the update might reach other countries and carriers is still up in the air, but Galaxy S II owners will want to pay attention to SK Telecom and Samsung Mobile. Once ICS gets rolling it’s only a matter of time before it reaches owners everywhere.

[via The Verge]

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  1. Darn Koreans!  Being better than us at everything!  

    Hopefully that means they have all of the drivers etc figured out and it’ll come to the Galaxy Note LTE soon.  

    1. Hopefully, but it’s different hardware. Why wasn’t I born Korean??

  2. Wheres the tablet love?

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