South Korea consumer electronics giant Samsung has unveiled that its current flagship Galaxy S II handset, will be receiving an update to Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich' 4.0, mid-March.
This Google mobile OS site has noted that "March 15 will be the release date for the Samsung Galaxy S2 upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich", where the Israeli version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is based on the international version.
The site goes on states that it's safe to assume that the new version of Android platform will then roll out globally, as a result of the mobile phone variant used in Israel.
Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich' OS was seen on a number of new mobile phones launched at Mobile World Congress last week, but it is really only widely available on the Samsung made Galaxy Nexus, manufactured for Google.
ICS marries the mobile phone version of the operating system, with aspects only once found in the tablet ‘Honeycomb' 3.0 platform - where this deployment by Samsung could placate those awaiting the Samsung Galaxy S III, which never made an appearance at MWC.