Samsung Galaxy S owners in Korea can finally consider the rumors to be true, the manufacturer has introduced a ‘value pack’ for the Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy K and Galaxy U. The update is targeted to bring Android ICS 4.0 alike features to its mid level segment. Its great to see Samsung making an initiative for its users base considering that the Galaxy S was launched way back in mid 2010 with Android 2.1 Éclair loaded on to it. The ‘value pack’ would introduce features including the famous facial unlock, the ability to click images while recording videos, enhanced photo editing functionality, and fresh folder options to the launcher menu. We know that many of you would not like to settle for anything besides the Android ICS 4.0 on to your smartphones. For Android lovers and geeks who have already played around with some custom ROM’s can try out the ICS based ROM’s available across the market.
The ‘value pack’ update for now stands still for the manufacturers homeland Korea, we still await news on region or country specific release for the same. We would keep you guys posted with any further buzz as we come to know more about it. If you are among the champs who have already tried the update and would like to share your opinion on the same, please leave your comments.
via Samsung Tomorrow