It seems Korean tech giant, Samsung, was waiting until it releases its flagship Samsung Galaxy S3 handset before making available the much awaited ICS update for its extremely popular Galaxy Note. But the wait has been worth it. The Note which has been described as a Phablet by many tech reviewers, will see an improvement on its GUI and overall performance and possible better battery life. But the main highlight of the update is the much improved and new premium suite of applications that are designed exclusively for the Galaxy Note which includes the S Note Application, and a new S Memo one as well. The S Note is said to be a highly advanced note-taking and productivity tool that promises to change the way we record daily activities and write notes on our phones.
Samsung has done well recently in producing some fantastic products and its new Galaxy S3 handsets seems to be more versatile than the recently launched iPhone 4s and it would take an iPhone 5 with a massive upgrade to its hardware and software to compete with the array of features the Galaxy S3 has to offer. And reports from major retailers show the handsets are flying off the shelf in numbers and Samsung may be well aware of this as apart from the millions pre-ordered the company is set to produce a few more millions a month to meet with this high demand. At the moment, only the Marble white version of the Galaxy S3 is available to buy as there has been an unexplained delay in the production of the Pebble blue version.
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