The hotly awaited Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 could be rolled out later this month, latest leaks suggest.
Rumours have begun doing the rounds that the update, which was supposed to drop today according to self-styled analyst Eldar Murtazin, will be available sometime between mid and late March.
According to YouMobile.org, a Samsung 'insider’ has reportedly leaked information as to which smartphones and tablets in the Galaxy range are due for an imminent upgrade. Not surprisingly, the GT-I9100 – aka Galaxy S2 - is present and correct.
Additionally, the source provided what appears to be a promo shot of a Galaxy S2 running on Android 4.0.3.
While there’s no way of being completely sure it’s not a fake, Samsung has already said ICS will come to the Galaxy S2 in Q1, which ends in March. So it could very well be the real deal.
However, it’s quite likely that when it does finally land, unlocked versions of the handset will be the first in line, as networks traditionally require more time to test new software for compatibility and quality assurance.
Stay tuned for more ICS news and announcements in the weeks to come. You can also check our update round-up for all the latest gen.