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DELAYED: Samsung postpones Galaxy Note Android 4.0 upgrade to Q2-2012 - adds Premium Suite Software
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 22.03.12 - 12:11:26 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 5858x
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Samsung today announced that its Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for its Galaxy Note is postponed to Q2-2012 but that this update will also offers a Premium Suite upgrade by sporting extra multimedia features and a range of new S Pen optimized applications. The Premium Suite offers new features and applications exclusive to Galaxy Note and its innovative S Pen, which includes S Note, a unique tool that lets you combine your notes or sketches with other digital content, giving you a new way to create your own stories. S Note comes in various ready-to-use templates for a range of tasks including meeting minutes, diary and others.

S Note also includes the innovative Shape Match and Formula Match applications that help correct and digitize geometric shapes and even solve numeric formulas hand-drawn with S Pen, increasing your on-the-go efficiency and productivity. You can draw tables and grids which are instantly digitized, saving time and effort. Moreover, by using the S Note's integrated knowledge search engines, users can quickly search, and obtain information.

For a touch of self-expression, the Premium Suite also includes My Story, another S Pen optimized application that allows you to create personalized digital cards for friends or family using any type of content including notes, video content, photos, text or voice.

The Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade brings an entirely 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.

The availability and scheduling of the software upgrade will vary by market and wireless carriers' requirements.

Cheers ~ Arne


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