Samsung promised a few months ago it will try and bring some of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich new features and improvements to those Galaxy family devices that do not meet the technical requirements to run the full version.
Among these devices, Samsung Galaxy S is the most popular and already received the promised update, but only in South Korea.
Dubbed “Value Pack,” this update includes only a tint of what Ice Cream Sandwich platform has to offer, but just enough to make Galaxy S owners content that Samsung is regards highly their feedback.
The South Korean company had no intention to deliver this update and said that due to the fact that some of its Galaxy family devices don’t meet the minimum hardware requirements to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system within the parameters, it will not be able to deliver the update to those devices.
However, due to the overwhelming feedback received from owners of these devices, Samsung changed its mind and decided to make peace with them by delivering the “Value Pack” update.
Up until today, Samsung pushed this “Value Pack” update to Galaxy S in South Korea, as well as Galaxy W in a few European countries.
Today, the guys over at SammyHub have just learned that the company has just started to push the “Value Pack” update for Samsung Galaxy M Style. All three carrier-bounded Galaxy M Style models are eligible for the update: SK Telecom, LG U+ and KT.
Although Galaxy M Style was shipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform at launch, this update brings a few Ice Cream Sandwich goodies in the mix.
Obviously, the update is available through Samsung Kies desktop software and adds Galaxy M Style devices the Face Unlock and Photo Editor new features, along with some font improvements and other visual enhancements.