French wireless carrier SFR has announced that the Galaxy Nexus will be updated to Android 4.0.5 Ice Cream Sandwich sometime next month
With Android 4.0.4 for the Galaxy Nexus barely out of the door, it seems Google is already planning to release Android 4.0.5, and fairly soon, claims French carrier SFR.
According to a post published on SFR's site, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S will be upgraded to Android 4.0.5 sometime next month. The post also confirms the HTC Sensation and Galaxy S II will be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
SFR also published a chart which outlines which SFR devices that will be receiving up dates, including when the update will arrive and by what method it will arrive. The chart also lists additonal updates for older devices.
So, is Android 4.0.5 really on the horizon? Perhaps. It’s tough to tell, though, if some of these carriers have the right information or not. You'd think it would be since they are a carrier, so it's likely this post definitely has some teeth.
If Android 4.0.5 is indeed real, it should hit the Verizon Galaxy Nexus next month too. It will be interesting to see what fixes Google has brought to Android 4.0.5 when and if it lands. I'm sure we'll find out all the details soon.