Samsung Norway has revealed the eagerly anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update for the Galaxy Note will now be landing in the second-quarter.
Originally due to drop in Q1, which ends this month, the latest refresh of the Android OS now looks almost surely delayed until the next quarter – at least if a Facebook comment by the phone-maker’s Norwegian wing is anything to go by.
Answering a fan's entreaty, Samsung Norge revealed that ICS is coming to Galaxy Note in Q2 – which could be anytime between April and the end of June. The news will not please early adopters that have made the superzised phone an unprecedented commercial success, with sales in excess of two million to date.
Last week, Samsung announced that Android 4.0 is currently being rolled out to its best-selling kit, the Galaxy S2, in various countries, and in the UK starting March 19th.
Improvements the upgrade brings to the platform include UI and performance enhances, updated versions of stock apps, a new Chrome web browser and new features such as Face Unlock and Android Beam.
Check out our updates round-up for the latest ICS gen for all the major devices and manufacturers.