The role out of Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system and Samsung's devices update are now synonymous. The handset manufacturer giant has pushed the new ICS OS update for the Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100G smartphone.
Touted as different internal hardware than Galaxy S II GTI19100, the Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100G smartphone comes with Texas Instrument chipset.
The new model features dual-core, 1.2 GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 mobile processor and is equipped with PowerVR SGX540 graphics chip.
Texas Instruments processor at least offer better talk time than the Galaxy S II's Exynos processor.
From the packaging, both the variants look same to average folk, without any difference.
The Android 4.0 ICS update for Galaxy S II variant has rolled out in several countries. For Indian users it will hit after a week or two.
Several users of Galaxy S II were frustrated not getting the Android 4.0 ICS operating system update despite other users benefiting with it.
Well, there is a bit of way. You can check manually whether the ICS update has hit your device through the system updates option of settings app. If not, you can also connect the handset to Samsung Kies softare on the Mac or PC and get the update.
We have earlier posted with information for other smartphones and tablet PCs getting Android 4.0 ICS update. Below are the stories:
Android 4.0 ICS Comes For Sony's Xperia Arc S, Neo V And Ray
ICS Roll Out For 2011 Xperia Smartphones Begins
Sony Tablet S Android 4.0 ICS Update Goes Live