First Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Firmware Update Rolling Out; Brings Multi-Window Multi-Tasking
By on October 6th, 2012

Samsung has started rolling out the first firmware update for the Galaxy Note 2, which recently hit the retail stores in certain regions of the world.

Remember the teaser video from Samsung Korea demonstrating the multi-window multi-tasking on the Galaxy Note 2? The firmware update from Samsung adds this feature to Note 2′s that did not ship with it right out of the box.

If you somehow missed watching that video earlier, I would really suggest you watch it now. Samsung has taken multi-tasking to the next level with the Galaxy Note 2. Users can open two apps side-by-side on the Note 2 and work on them simultaneously, without either of the app going in the background.

This feature only works with the in-built apps from Samsung, and some of the Google Apps, but is downright useful. If you need a device for out and out multi-tasking, the Galaxy Note 2 will be perfect for you!

As of now, the firmware update is rolling out to Galaxy Note 2 owners in the United Kingdom and France via OTA.

Via – SamMobile

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