ICS For Samsung Galaxy Note Now Available

Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has been increasingly finding its way onto more and more devices, some brand new, others which have been around for several months. Thankfully, today another device can be added to that list as Samsung has released the ICS update for the “international” version of the Samsung Galaxy Note, essentially the HSPA+ version of the device. The update is OTA and will take up a hefty 300MB of memory to store.

Aside from upgrading the phablet from Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread) to version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), the update also brings improved all-around performance to a plethora of programs on the phone, including TouchWiz.

Currently, the update is only available from German wireless carriers, however, word is that other carriers the world over will get to taste the frozen treat fairly soon.

VIA: AndroidCentral 

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  1. I love ICS as it is a massive leap forward for the Android operating system compared to Ginger Bread. I’m getting a Samsung Galaxy S3 soon and hope it is as good as it looks!

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