Samsung released the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy Note over a month ago and Three customers are still waiting for the update to be released on their devices.
The good news for Galaxy Note owners is that Three hasn't forgotten about you and are working hard to get the update ready for release. They've apparently had some issues when testing the update which they are working to correct.
Three customers shouldn't feel hard done by because none of the UK operators have released the Android 4.0 for the Galaxy Note. The update itself should be worth the wait when it finally hits because it'll bring a whole new user-interface, enhanced multi-tasking and support for Face Unlocking.
Earlier today we reported that Samsung look likely to bring Android Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Note, which is great news for owners of Samsung's hybrid device. It could also be a good time to buy a Galaxy Note with the rumours about its successor , the Galaxy Note 2, likely to drive down prices.
Three have some great offers on the Samsung Galaxy Note which is available on the One Plan for just £32 a month. That gets you 2,000 minutes, 5,000 texts and unlimited data with an upfront fee of just £29.
By Simon Thomas on 03rd July, 2012