The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 that comes with a dual-core processor inside might arrive with Android 2.3 Gingerbread right out of the box, but fret not – if the promotional video (which was leaked, by the way) is true in any sense, then you can have some hope that it will be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in due time. In the video that you can view above, at 0:14, the label on the phone says “ICS upgradeable”, although that kind of hope is blighted by the fact that no concrete release date was shared with the masses.
Just for a refresher, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 will run on a NovaThor chipset, similar to the I8530 Galaxy Beam and the Galaxy S Advance. Since they all share the same chipset, who are we to say that there is no possibility at all that those two mentioned smartphones, too, will be on the receiving end of an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update? As usual, patience is required before everything is revealed eventually.
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