Telstra Approves ICS for Galaxy S II 4G, Jelly Bean for Galaxy Nexus and HTC One XL Delayed

Jelly Bean for RAZR HD will be released on December 17

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Australian carrier Telstra is back with updates on its OS upgrades scheduler for this year. There is some good news, but there is bad news as well.

Australian carrier Telstra is back with updates on its OS upgrades scheduler for this year. There is some good news, but there is bad news as well.

The good news is that PR 3.1 Belle update for Nokia N8 is now available for download. Even better news is the fact that Telstra has approved the Ice Cream Sandwich update for Samsung Galaxy S II and will begin the rollout soon.

No word on the exact release date, but the carrier says more details on this will be available as soon as they get a more accurate estimate of the deployment.

The bad news is that both Samsung and HTC have further delayed the release of their promised updates for Galaxy Nexus and One XL.

According to Telstra, the submission of the Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean update has been moved to December 7. The Australian operator also mentions that it plans on testing and approving this update in one version.

As we’ve reported earlier, HTC has further delayed the One XL Jelly Bean update, which is now expected to arrive on December 7. Just like the Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Nexus, Telstra plans to test and approve it in one version.

It is also worth mentioning that Samsung has submitted a new Jelly Bean update for Galaxy S III, which is said to fix an issue identified by its QA team. The update will be approved by Telstra as soon as testing is completed.

Last but not least, Motorola Mobility plans to offer the Jelly Bean update for the RAZR HD on December 17. The update has been recently approved by Telstra and the rollout is set to commence on the date we’ve mentioned.

Motorola RAZR M will also get its Jelly Bean update, but it will take a bit longer as Telstra has just received the update from Motorola and is currently testing it. Stay tuned for more info on the subject.

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