The update to Android 4 ICS began in Korea and Eastern Europe, spread throughout the world and the full range of Samsung Galaxy over the next few days.
Good news for the lucky owners of a Samsung Galaxy S II and the Korean company launched the update to Android Ice Cream Sandwich, starting with the Far East and Europe, and extending gradually to the world. Thus, one of the most acclaimed mobile devices worldwide receive the latest Operating System, a combination that surely will be talking about.
It was originally announced the update for the March 1, and although there was at one time rumors of a possible prolonged delay, Samsung finally gave everyone expected big step forward and released the final version of Android 4.0 ICS up and running in your flagship mobile phone.
But that's not all: Samsung also reported that the entire Galaxy range will be updated in the coming hours (if not already done so in some regions) to version 4 of Android. This means that models Note Galaxy, Galaxy S II LTE, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 also will receive the upgrade of the operating system.
The type and date of update may vary if the terminal is released, or depending on the mobile operator to which is attached. For the owners of a Samsung Galaxy line are invited to share their experiences with the update in the comments of this article.