JR Raphael from Computerworld has already received the update to ICS on his Galaxy S2. Let's have a look at stock ICS and Samsung's Touchwiz ICS (which is currently being rolled out):
Look familiar? Sure, throughout the OS you might see a few small changes, but for the most part, it more or less looks identical to the Gingerbread setup. Here's what JR had to say:
"If you love your current Gingerbread setup, you’re going to be pleased. But if you’re looking forward to the new and improved Ice Cream Sandwich interface you’ve been reading about for the last few months, you aren’t going to be a happy camper“.
Now don't get me wrong...there are lots of improvements in Android 4.0, and I'm sure Galaxy S2 users will quickly notice the interface changes and speed improvements. I'm just curious to know from Galaxy S2 users if after waiting so long for the newest version of Android, are you excited about the interface, or would you have been happier to have more of a stock taste of ICS?
But hey..remember that even if you do feel let down, and were hoping for a taste of stock Android, you can always root your device! For anyone interested, instructions on rooting the Galaxy S2 can be found here.
Picture credits: http://blogs.computerworld.com and software2tech.com