But what are things going to look like when companies like HTC and Samsung add custom UI like Sense and TouchWiz on top?
Well according to a post on SamMobile, we might just have ourselves the first indication of how things on the latter might shape up.
A four minute video shows off a very early build of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S2 and so far we’re not seeing any huge differences in the UI to how things are on the Gingerbread-running Galaxy S2.
Features like FaceUnlock are there as it the ability to call up a list of recent tasks. But the custom UI is more or less the same.
Again, this is an early version of a custom Samsung build that SamMobile has obtained. So along with ironing out a few problems with apps force closing, the final version might have a radically redrawn UI, something more along the lines of how TouchWiz looks on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 perhaps?