Samsung has started making official Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs, according to a report by YouMobile.com. The report states that there are two ROMs, one base on Android 4.0.1 and the other based on Android 4.0.3. The leaked ROM is expected to be released via Samsung’s Kies software, rather than an OTA upgrade. YouMobile.Com has also posted a video of the Android 4.0.1 ROM running on a Galaxy S2 with TouchWiz. While the cartoony orange of TouchWiz has replaced the signature holographic blue hue of ICS, we do get to see a revamped multitasking system and a better lock screen. Other additions include the new ICS keyboard and a new drop down menu. However, the UI looks rather bland as TouchWiz replaces the stock ICS UI. In the meantime hit the break and checkout the video of the new ICS ROM. Also Read - Galaxy S21 FE to support 25W charging but will Samsung put it in the box?