In the case of Sprint, it released the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G as its variant of the original Galaxy S II and at one point, the handset was rumored to be the first carrier branded handset released in US shores to get the Android 4.0 refresh.
Users of the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G from Sprint though went back to waiting for ICS to land.
The actual Android build coming to the device is Android 4.0.4 and is software versionIMM761.
Not only that, the handset was a fully stock, Google developer device which gave its users a taste of the pure Vanilla flavored version of Ice Cream Sandwich.
The manufacturer was able to keep its word and unleashed the update for the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S II back in February.
It was the only model that offered both the 4.52 inch screen and the dual core 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos processor.
The AT&T version of the phone was equipped with the same dual core 1.2GHz Exynos processor, but had a smaller 4.3 inch screen.
And the T Mobile variant of the phone had the same 4.52 inch screen as Sprint’s model, but was powered by a dual core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
If you are a Samsung Epic 4G Touch owner, did your unit get updated yet to Android 4.0.
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