British operator-branded versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II have started getting their Ice Cream Sandwich servings with Three leading the way, allowing its SGS2 users to get the latest version of Android as we speak.
Meanwhile, Vodafone is still testing the new software and has rather released what it calls the “preparatory” update, which should reportedly make your Galaxy S II ready for Android 4. According to the Big Red carrier, the new software is still in the testing phase and will be released to the general public once every aspect of it has been thoroughly tested out. Guess that’s a good thing, though I must say I don’t get what there is to test. Perhaps some of the apps Voda is preloading with its own version of the device?
In any case, we’re eager to hear whether you got your ICS update. Please specify your operator along with comments on what’s new (aside from the slightly changed UI).