Samsung Galaxy S II gets Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs

Take a look at what ICS should look like when it finally arrives on Sammy's flagship phone

Samsung's Galaxy S II has been treated to a dose of Android 4.0.1 and 4.0.3 ahead of Ice Cream Sandwich's official – and hopefully imminent – roll out across the whole Galaxy smartphone range, thanks to these Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs seen running on the handset (via Sam Mobile).

It's rumoured that the latest version of Android will hit the Galaxy S II through Kies, Sammy's update and back-up software.

Check out the video below to see ICS features like Face Unlock and improved multitasking in action on the Galaxy S II. But remember there might be a few more UI tweaks still to come – how much TouchWiz gets through the final stages remains a mystery.

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