But — and this is a Big But — here’s the rub: I immediately upgraded to the S III before Verizon decided to pull the plug on grandfathered unlimited data plans.
If you’re an existing Verizon Wireless customer I’ve discovered you needn’t worry about losing your unlimited data plan.
Jelly Bean will arrive in a month or two. If my hunch is right, it’ll ship with Google’s upcoming, Asus made, 7-inch Kindle fighter.
Sadly for clean Android experiences everywhere, there’s another but. BUT… TouchWiz did not, unfortunately, die.
Should the HTC One X be on your Android upgrade short list? The reviews are in, but Droid Fighter, Galaxy S III are just around the corner.
A guide for installing Android Ice Cream Sandwich on your unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-I9100) in under 30 minutes.
Google Voice is a must-have app, and now it’s even better. If you’re thinking of upgrading to ICS, you just gone one more non-Roboto reason to do so asap
Google will eventually need to find a better way. If consumers are stoked about a new OS, like they are with the iPhone 4S and iOS 5.1 (“Siri, let’s talk”), then it drives demand for the latest device that runs it.
On my radar: HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S III, and Moto RAZR Maxx HD. Wireless charging could be the defining feature.
The Galaxy S II runs ICS smoothly. In fact, brilliantly well. Actions are fast. In my hands-on testing I experienced no lag, stutter or issues that would want me to return to Gingerbread.