Breaking News: Android ICS Update For Samsung Galaxy S II, Now Rolling
Finally, after months of anticipation and waiting, Samsung Galaxy S II owners and users can now breathe a sigh of relief.
According to a Samsung's official global blog, they are now officially in the process of rolling out the sought-after Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update for all the Samsung Galaxy S II devices.
Of course, this is great news for all the patient owners and users of the Galaxy S II. Now the question is, what to expect on this new ICS upgrade? The following lists are included in these updates:
Gmail in ICS now have has two-line previews, an action bar atthe bottom, offline search and gesture support which lets the user view different emails by swiping accross the screen.
ICs comes with a look and UI that is very streamlined and polished.
Mobile Browsing Enhancements
The default browser in ICS now supports up to 16 tabs. Chrome bookmarks are now automatically synced while web pages can be saved offline for later viewing.
Data Usage and Management
ICS enables users to better manage their device's resources, letting them view the most resource-intensive app and features as well as set a certain data usage limit.
Improved Voice Recognition
ICS has a powerful new voice input engine that offers a continous open microphone experience and streaming voice recognition.
With ICS, you can take screenshots by simply holing down the power and volume down buttons simultaneously.
Widgets are now placed neatly in a new tab and they're listed in a similar way to apps.
Improved Error Correction and Copy-Paste
ICS now has improved error checking and copy-paste capabilities.
ICS users can share different kinds of information via Android Beam which uses the device's NFC capability.
ICS offers image stabilization, improved autofocus, integration with other apps, instant upload to Google+, face detection, panorama, time lapse modes and built-in quick editing tools.
And finally, ICS users can unlock their devices by simply looking at the front-facing camera.
There you have it, folks. Enjoy!