Back in March, Samsung announced that it would be delaying the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy Note. Instead of the originally stated Q1 schedule, the Korean company would release the update for the Note sometime in Q2 of 2012. As a cover-up for its delay, the company announced that it would be including a suite of premium apps with the ICS update.
Samsung has now released a video teasing Note users with all the new functionalities the company will be adding in the update. Below is the video -:
From the video, it looks like Samsung has taken a lot of effort in optimizing most of the in-built apps for the stylus, and making them more feature rich as well. The ability to directly export or import a PDF, and edit it with the stylus is definitely a useful feature. Along with the Premium suite of apps, Note owners will also get to enjoy all the latest features of Ice Cream Sandwich including inbuilt data monitoring, a new multi-tasking UI, an improved UI and more.
While the premium suite of apps that Samsung is including with the ICS update for the Note definitely looks impressive, it would have been much better if the company had actually retained all the visual goodness introduced by Google in ICS, instead of just slapping TW4 over it.