The wait for Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich for Galaxy Note users wont be in vain after-all. Samsung released a statement indicating a delay of Android Ice Cream for Galaxy Note from Q1 to Q2 but with a promise of better things bundled. The Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade will offer a new look and feel to Android on GALAXY Note, with a more intuitive user interface that includes a redesigned App menu for easier multi-tasking. The upgrade also introduces innovations such as Face Unlock, Snapshot, Android Beam and others. Premium Apps!
A premium suite of apps will include S pen optimized apps for the Galaxy Note specifically, these will include S Note which is a tool combining notes or sketches with digital content, giving users a new way to create stories. My Story will also be bundled in, this one lets users create personalized digital cards for friends or family using any type of content including notes, video content, photos, text or voice.
Some Free levels on Angry Birds Space:
Yeah, Galaxy Note users who have downloaded Angry Birds Space have seen a special package somewhere of 30 challenging levels – ‘Danger Zone’ –, this will be available if you download before the three-month period. Samsung will provide special offers to all GALAXY users as an official launch partner of Angry Birds Space, the newest Angry Birds game from Rovio Entertainment. For all Samsung GALAXY users, an exclusive GALAXY Note level will be provided for extra fun. Moreover, a special package of 30 challenging levels – ‘Danger Zone’ – will be available for free if unpacked within the three-month period.
“GALAXY Note continues to delight customers all over the world with its incredible versatility and unique user experience. With the Premium Suite upgrade, we wanted to add features that enrich users’ Note experience even more, including the great advantages of Android 4.0 and innovative applications for S Pen,” said JK Shin, President of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “We are committed to providing extraordinary experiences for consumers, and we will continue to provide new features and upgrades to enrich our offering.”