The international Samsung Galaxy Note received its ICS update for quite some time now. However, many reports states that in case you have another variation of the Galaxy Note and haven’t received the said Ice Cream Sandwich update yet, you are still better off with your current Gingerbread OS. Why? This is because the international ICS update roll-out cause a lot of issues for a number of Galaxy Note owners.
Lately, Samsung appears to roll-out the much awaited ICS OS update on a wide range of units. It includes the Android 4.0.4 on unlocked Samsung Galaxy S2 units from Russia. The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket and the Samsung Galaxy S2 under the carrier Sprint’s Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch also received its Ice Cream Sandwich update. According to a press release given by Samsung, the Galaxy Note in Canada will soon get its ICS update.
Samsung stated that the ICS update for the Canadian version of the Galaxy Note should hit the waves anytime soon. This starts on the 13th of this month. They also said that as far as the availability of the update goes, Canadian carriers and owners of the Galaxy Note must get in touch with their local carriers for important details.
Samsung has not confirmed the arrival of the Android 4.0 this weekend. Instead, they have pretty confirmed the Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy note will roll out (July 13), and it depends on each and every mobile phone carriers.
All of us are hoping that things will happen sooner than soon. Perhaps the Canadian mobile phone carriers can now pick up their paces and let the much awaited roll-out take place sometime this coming week. I am sure that you too are dying to have this much-awaited update on your precious Samsung Galaxy Note.