Last night's Samsung Galaxy S4 launch came with oodles and oodles of software goodies. I say goodies, not all of them sound useful, but you never know. Good news for those of you with the now obsolete Galaxy S III, Samsung's going to bring everything it can, software-wise, to all its "flagship devices".
Talking to PCMag, Samsung's VP of portfolio planning, Nick DiCarlo, said:
"Anything that we can do that's not dependent on hardware like infrared, we'll definitely bring to all the flagship devices"
Which, of course, means the Galaxy Notes too, but then they already have a lot of the stuff that Samsung was touting last night anyway. So, hopefully soon, your phone won't feel so obsolete. Hell, the Galaxy S III already looks just like a Galaxy S4, so with the right software you'll essentially have a slightly lower specced clone on your hands.
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