Korean smartphone giant Samsung has decided to delay the roll out of Android 4.0 update for its Galaxy Note smartphone by couple of months. The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for Galaxy Note will not be rolled out before Q2 this year which points at the possibility of the update being made available to global audience not before June this year.
Samsung had announced the Android ICS upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Android devices last year along with a list of devices that would be upgraded. Earlier this week Samsung also announced the roll out of the ICS upgrade roll out for its flagship Android smartphone – the
Galaxy SII, following which most of the users were hoping that the ICS upgrade will make way to their devices other than the SII in the days to come.
But Samsung Norway has now officially confirmed the delay of ICS for Galaxy Note through its Facebook account.
Earlier Samsung has said that they will definitely be considering the roll out to include newer device that are hardware ready for the ICS upgrade including the Galaxy Note, Galaxy R and also the Galaxy S Plus. But with the update being delayed for Galaxy Note, the rollout for other devices is also likely to suffer as well.
We are seeking more information on this from Samsung and will be updating you as an when the information arrives. Till then stay tuned.