It hasn’t been too long since we’ve heard reports about the Ice Cream Sandwich update rolling out for the international Samsung Galaxy Note alongside the Premium Suite. Although things looked pretty well at start, it seems that the update might cause some minor issues as a quite large number of Galaxy Note owners around the world have started complaining that the update brought along a handful of bugs.
According to these unhappy campers, the ICS update causes the Galaxy Note to overheat after a long period of browsing, drastically decreases the battery life and to make things even worst, they’re unable to pair their handset with many Bluetooth devices.
Samsung has not addressed these issue thus far, but if this is true we’re bound to hear an official announcement from them soon, followed by a hotfix. Let’s hope these annoyances will be taken care of in a timely manner and that the AT&T Galaxy Note will not have to face the same issues once Ice Cream Sandwich and Premium Suite make their way to the masses.
We’re definitely going to keep an eye out on the Note and we hope there aren’t many people affected by these bugs. That being said, if you’re the owner of an international Galaxy Note and you’ve already updated your handset to the latest ICS build, feel free to drop us a line and let us know if you’ve experienced any issues.