Let There Be Light at the End of the Tunnel...

I do not know for sure whether you were keeping up with Samsung Tomorrow, the company's official blog, but today is the great day to check it out if you are a proud owner of the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone.

According to the post, Samsung is starting its slow campaign in rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich roms to public through Kies. The first phones that will get the ICS (aka Android 4.0.x) with Samsung's TouchWiz is Samsung Galaxy S II in some European and Asian countries. Other, promised devices, are expected to be updated shortly afterwards.

I am a proud owner of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (3G) and I am already running CyanogenMod's Kang'ed Android 4.0 preview, and let me tell you, even though there are still numerous bugs that need to be ironed out (particularly, the cameras are not working just yet), I will not go back to Android 3.0, though I might try out the Samsung's Official ICS Rom when it is available for my device in my country. However, I doubt I will be happy with all the bloatware that the company supplies with its firmware. Hopefully, it is not going to be that bad.

Just to remind you that the following devices are expected to receive their firmware upgrades over Kies in the next month or two: Galaxy Note, Galaxy S II Lte, Galaxy Tabs 8.9/10.1. Happy upgrading, ladies and gentlemen.

Did you know Google is releasing Android 5.0 later this year?

Comments on Let There Be Light at the End of the Tunnel...

Stephen

One of the major reasons that technology investments fail to meet expectations is that those charged with selecting, implementing and managing technologies do not have an appropriate balance of business and technology experience. -Arthur van der Vant

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Danford Blitz

Yes, I did. I came across it just a week ago. The picture of Android 5.0 proves to be really impressive. To be honest, I've become crazy a bit about its user-friendly interface.
By the way, I like the metaphorical title of the article)

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D. Yessa

It doubles my regrets to proud 2011-smartphone owners who gotta choose between latest firmware features and camera presence... Remembering lots of proud owners who does not have the first option.

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VikiNel

No, I haven't heard about that. As for the firmware upgrades, I find Galaxy Note exciting because I just love bright screens that we can expect on these devices!

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