The wait is over.
Though quite a few Android users are already rocking Ice Cream Sandwich and eagerly looking for more information on Jelly Bean and Key Lime Pie, a huge number of people are still waiting to get their hands on some frozen treats. Tomorrow that number will get a little bit smaller as Vodafone releases ICS to its Galaxy S II users.
Pocket-Lint reports that Ice Cream Sandwich, which is Android 4.0, has come out of testing and will be released tomorrow.
"The ICS update has passed our testing and will be released Over The Air and via Kies on 12 April," a spokesman for the company confirmed to Pocket-Lint.
Ice Cream Sandwich was first shown off last October, when Google and Samsung debuted the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The two companies uncovered the latest Nexus device along with the brand new version of Android but in the months since then, carriers and manufacturers have been slow to release updates for Android users to bring them up to date. Google is expected to introduce Jelly Bean, thought to be Android 5.0, in the third quarter of this year.