In February, we reported that Galaxy Note probably would get the Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS, aka, Android 4.0) update in March (together with Galaxy SII).
Obviously, Samsung missed the target. Galaxy SII users in Europe and some other regions started to receive ICS update about two weeks ago. Nothing for Galaxy Note users.
Last week, Samsung officially pushed the date to Q2. So, your waiting time should vary from one week to one week plus 3 months. Usually, when a phone manufacturer tells in Q2, it usually means June; it seldom means April.
The good news is that Samsung will bundle the S-Pen “Premium Suite” Apps together with your delicious ICS. You may watch the preview video of this “Premium Suite” on Youtube. It is not so bad, anyway.
well, 2 more days and we’ll have the q3 announcement. from experience with at+t’s updates, at the q1 announcement I knew it meant halloween.
don’t spit out ur coffee on ur keyboard, but I wonder when we get jellybean, bwahahahahaa
ITS TAKING SO LONG MAN 7 MONTHS TO FIX A DAMN UPDATEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Samsung is always slow in update.
As the ICS upgrade for SII has been rolled out in March, Galaxy Note users surely will get the ICS soon. But “soon” for Samsung can be a few months, at least, a few weeks.
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