The latest Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich has been quite a rage of late. Android vendors are trying hard to bring it to as much of their devices as possible, mainly because it is the most user-friendly OS from the Android front so far. Samsung has recently posted on it’s Facebook page that it will soon bring Ice Cream Sandwich to Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S II by the end of the first quarter of 2012.
Samsung Galaxy Note is a bit of a hybrid between a tablet and a smartphone. Samsung terms it as a ‘super phone.’ The device is definitely very stylish and has sleek looks. It is confirmed to debut on AT & T on February 19 with a price tag of $299.99. It comes with a 5.3-inch HD super AMOLED display and has a stylus.
Samsung Galaxy S II is also scheduled to be released some time this year and is expected to be a major hit, given the immense success of Galaxy S. And now that Samsung has announced that it will soon bring Ice Cream Sandwich to both devices by the end of the year, we can expect even more users to seriously attend to these releases. The exact statement on Samsung’s Facebook page read, “Samsung plans to launch Android Ice Cream Sandwich to the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note towards the end of the first quarter of this year.”
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