So Samsung might not launch the Galaxy S III this MWC but here’s something you can expect – the Galaxy S Advance. If you’re looking for a mid-range device rather than a high end one, this 1GHz dual-core device might be what you need with an estimated price of USD$535 (after conversion from 22,990 Philippine Peso). The phone is expected to make its first real appearance at MWC and will be available in the Philippines at more or less the same time; hit the break for live shots of the device.

Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note users rejoice because the Norwegian branch of Samsung just confirmed that your phone will be getting the Ice Cream Sandwich update by the end of this quarter – that’s next month. I personally find this very exciting, if you haven’t already seen our review of the Galaxy Nexus packed with ICS, do read up on it to see the major improvements to the latest version of Android OS.

If you’re impatient, here’s a ROM (not meant for public release so it is rather buggy and definitely not recommended for those who don’t know what they’re doing) for the Galaxy S II packed with ICS. Otherwise, just wait; your patience will definitely be worth it.


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