I have galaxy ace 2 but the software is gingerbread not Ice cream sanwich
buss, 31 May 2012is galaxy ace can upgrade to ICS osit's true that galaxy ace 2 is ICS upgradable. i saw its brochure a while ago in the market.
In fact Samsungs Swedish web page for Galaxy S Advance ( http://www.samsung.com/se/consumer/mobil/mobil/smartphones/GT-I9070HKANEE) used to say that it was "Android 4.0 Capable" but that bullet point has now been removed.
Suberb design: It looks almost the same as every other Galaxy phone out there.
AnonD-2889, 25 May 2012ICS really needs a good CPU and battery to get the best out of it. Even with the improved perf... moreYou are absolutely right. If Vanilla OSs became the standard a lot of compatibility issues could be avoided. Unlike HTCs beloved Sense -which I don't like a lot- most of OEM customized UIs get hard criticism. And leaving aesthetics aside, it will make your phone underperform for sure. The only good thing is overall added functionality when you don't know how to/ don't have time to/ don't want to/ cannot look up and try custom ROMs on your device. Oh Vanilla Android, will we ever be able to see you running on a major OEM handset? (Maybe when the 18th version of Android comes out it will be named Android Vanilla just to make this happen, lol).
Anonymous, 24 May 2012Samsung has become the most dev friendly, update friendly phone atm, good to see change!Haha... great sarcasm!
Anyway, good to see Scamsung update at least some of their phones, even though they shouldn't have any excuse not to update Ace 2 to ICS (specs wise).
really samsung is one ofthe most waste fellow till they not upgrade ICS even s2 we never bring samsung beggar sansung india
Don't believe them Samsung starts to act like an as* like Nokia they don't do what they say. Until now no ICS for all countries to the Note
if galaxy mini 2 gets the ics update, i swear im throwing away my galaxy w
AnonD-25677, 25 May 2012I was wondering, if HTC Desire C with 600mhz cpu can run ICS then, Can my samsung galaxy Young... moreUnfortunately, you should also consider the ammount of RAM. The Desire C nearly doubles the Galaxy Y, with 512 Mb vs 290 Mb.
Balu, 25 May 2012Yesterday I got ICS on My Galaxy Note.. Seems good for new functionality but not has been changed UIindia got ics