Samsung's Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for the Galaxy S II will reportedly drop from March 1st, according to inside intel from the firm, with the Galaxy Note Android 4.0 update due shortly after. Both OTA and manual updates will be possible, notorious insider Eldar Murtazin claims, though not everyone will get Ice Cream Sandwich on the very first day.
In fact, the roll-out will be dependent on which carrier you're with, and which country you live in. The Galaxy Note upgrade could drop anytime between March and May, Murtazin warns, while other Samsung models are also in line for an Android 4.0 refresh within that same period.
Meanwhile, Samsung is believed to be readying what could be the company's first native Ice Cream Sandwich device, the Galaxy S III. Originally the new flagship was expected at MWC 2012 later this month, but Samsung recently warned that it would miss the show and instead debut at a standalone event sometime before the end of June.
Whenever the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note get ICS, the expectation is that it will come with the company's own TouchWiz modifications rather than pure Android 4.0 as on the Galaxy Nexus. We're waiting to hear back from Samsung as to whether these timescales are accurate, and will update when we know more.