Samsung in January had broken a lot of hearts of the owners of Samsung’s Galaxy S, when they had said that this device would not see Android’s 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich. The reason they gave back then was that Galaxy S did not have the hardware to run the new OS or its TouchWiz UI. Android has been rolling out its ICS updates since beginning of this month now , so this update was sure to come sooner or later.So, if ICS could not be run on the Galaxy S then why not just some of its features? For that Android came up with an alternative, as not to disappoint its Galaxy S users it has come out with a “value pack”.
The “Value-Pack” will have some of the features of ICS, such as Face Unlock. Other options include taking pictures while recording a video and enhancing the launcher. This update is for Korea only so far, and is available for Froyo (Android 2.2) and Gingerbread (Android 2.3) users. There is no new as to when this update will reach the rest of the world but it is sure to start rolling in European and US markets later this year maybe.