Samsung’s new Ice Cream Sandwich build for the Galaxy S2 leakedFebruary 5 | Posted by nadine | OS News Tags: Android 4.0, galaxy S2, I9100XXLPB, Ice Cream Sandwich, S2, samsung
The Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) build for the highly popular Samsung Galaxy S2 has been leaked in the internet through a video.
This is not the first time the ICS build for Samsung’s flagship leaked online. However, this new build is said to be currently the most stable of all builds. It also shows how the Korean tech giant has slapped its custom UI, TouchWiz, on top of the latest iteration of Android.
This new version that has been leaked to the internet is the ICS build version I9100XXLPB. This new version has been dated January 29, which means that the Samsung’s labs finished the build on the 29th of last months and somehow made it to the web in a short span of time. The previously leaked build was version I9100XXLP6, which is said to have a lot of bugs.
Since build version I9100XXLPB is said to be more stable, this suggests that Samsung may deliver the ICS update to the Galaxy S2 as promised in Q1 2011. Once the update rolls out as scheduled, we’re sure many S2 owners will be thrilled to make use of ICS on their smartphones.
The highly popular Galaxy S2 is said to be even better than the more current Galaxy Nexus, which ships running ICS. Once the Android 4.0 update finally rolls out to the S2, we’re sure this will further boost the handset’s popularity.
Eager to know when the Ice Cream Sandwich update will be rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S2? We’ll keep you posted once we know more.