Samsung Galaxy Note, the most anticipated and showstopper device which is announced last year during IFA event is now all set to receive official Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) update in this spring.
The update will bring new life to the Galaxy Note and user will be able to enjoy enhanced multimedia features, knowledge search engine & instant digitization of tables. The innovate shape and formula-match function and exclusive S-Pen optimized application will help user to create new creative design, notes, presentation, templates in much easier way.
The advanced S-Note unique tool will help user to combine all digital content with notes and sketches, which will further enhance user ability to create own stories. Apart from this, Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0Â will bring new look, feel to the device and hence will also increase more responsive UI, Face Unlock, Faster Performance, Snapshot, Photo Editor and much more.
Also, the software upgrade for Galaxy Note comes with exclusive â€œGalaxy Note Levelâ€ in Angry Birds Space. The Angry Birds Space is a new game from Rovio Entertainment and this edition comes with 30 special challenging levels in â€œDanger Zoneâ€.
Galaxy Note is flagship model of Samsung which comes loaded with 5.3â€ WVGA S-AMOLED screen and is powered by 1.4GHz dual core processor which will enhance the user experience of using ICS on Galaxy Note or playing Angry Bird Space on it to a much higher level.
Other remarkable feature that attracts attention to the device includes multi input features, 8MP camera with LED flash & 2MP front facing camera. The powerful 2500 mAh Li-on battery gives talktime of 26hrs on 2G/13.3 hrs on 3G networks.
If you own a Galaxy Note and waiting eagerly for the Ice Cream Sandwich to roll out for your device then look no further just wait for few more days when Samsung will officially push ICS update to all Note devices, till then watch this official video of Galaxy Note running on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 OS and do let us know what you think about this new update in your comments below.
This post is sponsored by Samsung.