Sprint customers with the Samsung Galaxy S II, aka the Epic 4G Touch, we’ve got some news for you. It appears that Sprint is actively working on an Ice Cream Sandwich build for the follow up to the Samsung Epic 4G. Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II runs on their 4G WiMax network which is eventually going to be phased out in favor of 4G/Lte.
Earlier this month it was reported that all of the Samsung Galaxy S II devices worldwide would see an update to the latest version of the Android operating system which is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Those updates are supposed to start in just two weeks at the beginning of March and continue through May.
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An XDA user has found an RDF page on Sprint’s website which talks about Android 4.0.3. At this point there’s nothing to suggest when Sprint users would see this update but we are hoping it’s sooner rather than later.
Sprint will probably do whatever they can to ensure their Epic 4G Touch users get their update quick and with as little issues as possible. The Sprint Epic 4G saw Gingerbread but only after numerous delays and an update that was halted midway.