Last month, when detailing its Android 4.0 ICS upgrade plans for the Galaxy S II, Samsung also unveiled that the original Galaxy S i9000 would get a Value Pack update. Today, the update is being rolled-out to Galaxy S users in South Korea.
As previously mentioned, the Value Pack brings some Ice Cream Sandwich features to the i9000: Face Unlock, enhanced launcher, simultaneously photo and video shooting, and others. If you’re in Korea, you can go here at Samsung for more details on the update.
Galaxy S i9000 owners outside Korea will likely be able to download the Value Pack upgrade soon, too. Unfortunately, Samsung didn’t provide an exact date for when this should happen.
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