Several weeks after it committed and began to roll out a Value Pack to I9000 Galaxy S owners in South Korea, Samsung now releases a FAQ guide that discusses its new additional features and how to use them.
One of the new features is Face Unlock, a face-recognition security feature from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, without making any changes to the way it functions in ICS. The South Korean phone maker, however, has included a nifty feature to make it ‘fool-proof’, in which the Galaxy S security system will not fall for a still image of the user since it needs him/her to blink before it unlocks the handset.
The horde of features include taking still images while simultaneously recording a video, modifying the font size of the whole user interface, a new photo editor, creating folders on the home screen and app drawer, and creating a new screen in the app drawer by dragging an app icon.
The downloadable FAQ is on the source link below.