Not that we didn’t see enough “official” but not final Ice Cream Sandwich ROM leaks for the Samsung Galaxy S II, but Samsung Philippines even confirmed the roll-out for March 10. Then Samsung denied the information and just yesterday we heard rumors that it might just land today.

This time it looks to be the real thing as Samsung itself officially confirmed on Twitter that the Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich update will start rolling out today in some European countries — like Poland, Hungary, Sweden — and Korea. Expect the process to spread and other regions to be included in the process (like we’ve just got word that the U.K. will be joining on March 19). If you live in one of the aforementioned countries (or another one) and you have received the long-waited update, let us know in the comments below.



Update: What we’ve noticed straight from the beginning is that the infinite scrolling is back on both the application drawer and on the home screens (but the 3D effect is now gone).

Source: Twitter

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