The Samsung Galaxy Note's update to Android 4.0 looks to have been pushed back a bit, with the company throwing in a bunch of software goodies to sugar the pill.
We Engadget reports.the Note's Ice Cream Sandwich update to land before April, along with the 's update. But while the S2 is now in the process of being bumped up to Android 4.0, Samsung has pegged the Note's update as arriving in 'Q2',
That could mean any moment between April and June. If you own a Galaxy Note, it seems you'll have to remain patient for a little while longer.
The update has been officially dubbed the 'Premium Suite', and includes some new apps for the Note's stylus -- er, sorry -- 'S Pen'. There's S Note for example, which I've already played with on the, an app that lets you combine your doodles with things like web pages, images or maps.
My Story is another app that's part of the Premium Suite that lets you make digital cards for your friends (they'll be so pleased), and Video Everywhere, which means you can have a video floating in part of the screen while you use the rest of the Note's display real-estate to perform other tasks.
You get ba-ba-ba-ba-bow) for free, if you activate that extra within three months.treats too. The fowl-flinging franchise is boldly going where no man has gone before, and Note owners get an exclusive Galaxy Note-themed level, and a package of 30 levels called 'Danger Zone' (
Will these extras be worth waiting for? Or would you rather get Ice Cream Sandwich right now? Tell me in the comments, or over on our Facebook wall.