The Galaxy S i9000 isn’t the only Samsung Android handset that’s getting a Value Pack update as of today. Samsung is offering a similar upgrade to owners of the Galaxy W i8150, released back in October 2011.
For the moment, it looks like the update is being rolled-out only in Romania and Slovakia (obviously via Samsung Kies). Made for devices that can’t be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, this Value Pack includes some ICS-specific features, like Face Unlock, the ability to change font size (in Contacts, Calendar, or Messaging), and the ability to take photos while shooting video.
Other two devices that should receive Value Pack updates soon are the Samsung Galaxy S Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000.
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