It looks like we may finally have ourselves a solid date for Ice Cream Sandwich on the Samsung Galaxy S II for Vodafone. They have confirmed that the update has been approved for release via Samsung Kies starting April 12th. They warn that the date is provisional, but unless they find something between now and then I don’t think we have much to worry about. If that date happens to change be sure to take it up with Vodafone, but keep it peaceful, folks. [via Vodafone, thanks John!]
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