"Just got Ice Cream Sandwich 4.03 for SIM-free via Kies," wrote another SIM-free S2 owner, Jonathan Reilly, posting a note on Samsung's Facebook page. However, even as some S2 users were reporting being able to get the ICS update, Samsung UK's official Twitter feed was denying it had officially been released. In a tweet posted from the @SamsungUK Twitter account earlier this morning, the company said: "If your SGS2 is SIM free then we have no release date just yet, once we do will post in on here and Facebook immediately," it wrote. "If you are not on SIM free then we recommend that you contact your network provider."SIM-free S2 owners have had a lengthy wait for ICS. Speaking to CNET UK in an exclusive interview at the start of this month, Samsung's UK VP Simon Stanford suggested they would have to wait for all other UK mobile networks to get their update out first. He also would not give a completion date for the ICS update rollout when I spoke to him -- saying only: "We're really pushing it hard over the next coming weeks."Several S2 owners posting to Samsung's Facebook page today criticised the company's tardiness in officially confirming the update, and attacked its poor record on generally keeping customers in the loop.
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Moto X (4.7-inch screen): 5.09 inches (129.3mm) x 2.57 inches (65.3mm) x 0.41 inch (curve: 5.6-10.4mm); 4.58 ounces (130 grams). Galaxy S4 (5-inch screen): 5.38 (136.65mm) x 2.74 (69.60mm) x 0.31 inch (7.87mm); 4.6 ounces (130.41 grams). Galaxy S4 Mini (4.3-inch screen): 124.6 x 61.3 x 8.9mm 4.91 (124.6mm) x 2.41 (61.3mm) x 0.35 in (8.9mm); 3.77 ounces (107 grams). The Moto X has a curved back and is around 0.1 inch thicker than the iPhone 5 at its thickest point. Presumably, some of that extra thickness is because of the size of the battery that powers the Moto X (the phone's battery life is rated at 24 hours or a "full day"). But I'm not going to get into what's inside the phone; I'm just focusing on its external design. What makes the size of the Moto X appealing is that it's basically right in between the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy 4.