There’s been no shortage of leaks when it comes to Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Galaxy S II. After testing the last two of them (LPB and LPH), we think that Samsung is very close to releasing an official refresh, given that the leaks seem stable in the majority of aspects.

However, rumors that mentioned a March 1 release turned out to be baseless as we’re passed that date. Now, according to Samsung Israel’s Facebook page, Samsung Galaxy S II devices in the country (both unlocked and operator variants) will get their official Ice Cream Sandwich treat on March 15. This might come as a first official confirmation (even though a regional one) so Galaxy S II users should watch out next week for international news regarding the platform refresh.

Source: Facebook

Via: AndroidPolice

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