The International edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note gets a firmware update pushed over-the-air. The update is still based on the Android Gingerbread 2.3.6 OS. The new firmware brings on improvements packed into action, with the most prominent bug fix for the video editor app where certain issues were noticed while working on video clips with lower frame rates as well the ones that had the “fade” effect in use, causing the video to blur and render unstable output upon playback. Besides the video editor app, the mobile radio on the device also gets updated to version XXLB2 with the software version being updated to XXLC1, all summing up to total size of 40MB.
Samsung Galaxy Note is what I term as a “Tab-Phone” as it packs in all the glamorous looks, Android power and gives a proves to be a decent competitor the Apple iPhone. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 update for the Samsung Note was supposed to be due by end of March this year, but with rumors popping in each day it might be delayed for the next quarter. Hopefully we still have few days left in this month and I would surely like to see the ICS 4.0 flavor of Android to be showcased soon on the smartphone. The availability for the current update might vary upon your current region as well as carrier limitations.
via Android Central