Galaxy Note ICS Update Come Little Bit Late From Schedule
Few days ago, we’ve already told you that Samsung Galaxy Note ICS update is being held in Norway. We also noted that we don’t have any idea if this things will affect the update schedule across Europe or not since there’s no official words from Samsung. Well today, we’ve got the right answer folks. We would also like to remind you that it is not a really good news. Check out the complete details, right after the break.
Samsung is recently announce that the most anticipated “premium suite upgrade”, which include Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, won’t reach Galaxy Note until the second quarter of this year. Ouch! that hurt us Samsung. Previously, the Korean giant has already made promise that the tasty Ice Cream Sandwich will arrive for Galaxy Note on the first quarter of this year. Conclusion? It is a delay ladies and gentlemen.
But the good thing is that the end of Q1 is closing in. So we might have the chance to see Android 4.0 update come to Galaxy Note in the next month or few months.
Samsung noted that aside from the OS update the new release will also include several optimization for Galaxy Note’s S-Pen stylus. The company noted that users should be able to integrate written or drawn content with other digital data. In addition, the company also include a the latest Angry Bird Space on this update.
Galaxy Note owners will be granted with a special hidden levels that only appear on their device. Not only that, you’ll have an open access to 30 more new level if you grab the update on the next three month.
Android 4.0 is the latest Android OS from Google. It was announced on December last year when the giant search company joined-forces with Samsung to announce the Galaxy Nexus, the first handset to feature Android ICS. However, latest report suggest that Google will release Android 5.0 this year. This is quite surprising, considering the fact that up until now, only 1% of android devices available around are run on Android 4.0.
Well, that’s all from us folks. If you have anything to say about this news, feel free to write ‘em down below. We would be happy to read it.