A video of the Samsung Galaxy S II powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has been leaked and may be viewed easily over the Internet.
The video gives a fair idea of how the much awaited operating system will look when launched with Galaxy S II at the Mobile World Congress in February.
The video displaying the yet-to-launched operating system proves that work for integration is under progress. Another noticeable item is the Samsung TouchWiz launcher was replaced with the ICS UI, reports MSN News.
The Galaxy S II will be powered by a 1.5GHz Exynos 4412 ARM Cortex A9 which will make the smartphone a powerful device; the most powerful in its own series.
The video showcases the test build which runs smoothly and seems to have no issues for the time being.
As one of the most anticipated operating systems much is expected from it. Hopefully it will deliver what it has promised. And if all goes in accordance with Samsung's plans, then 2012 will be the year of Ice Cream Sandwich. This is very exciting time for the company and for those who have been waiting for the Galaxy S II to become available.