Samsung has announced that it will be rolling out a Premium Suite upgrade for the Galaxy Note 10.1 with the Jelly Bean update for the tablet. Along with the announcement, the company has also released a video detailing all the new features that the Premium Suite upgrade will bring.
The Premium Suite Upgrade will consist of Multi-Window multi-tasking like on the Note 2, Dual view, Air View, improved S-Pen functionality and S-Note app, and much more.
Below is the video that shows all the new functionality in action on the Galaxy Note 10.1 -:
While most companies are clearly struggling to update their devices to the latest version of Android, Samsung keeps adding a bunch of new software features and enhancements to its devices with every new software update.
Along with the Galaxy Tab 7.7, Samsung also unveiled a new phone…errâ€¦tabletâ€¦ummâ€¦something in between, the Galaxy Note. Samsung calls the Galaxy Note a handset, and this device comes with a gigantic 5.3-inch display! The 5.3-inch Super-AMOLED display has a WXGA (1280×800) resolution. With a 5.3-inch display, the Note successfully manages to blur the line between a handset and a tablet.
The Note is powered by a 1.4GHz dual core processor (Exynos SoC), and packs 1GB of RAM. The handset is also pretty thin and light at just 9.65m thick, and weighing in at 178 grams. The usual Wi-Fi b/g/n, GPS with A-GPS, HSPA+, microSD card slot, FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack and a bunch of sensors are all present.
Being called a handset’ by Sammy, the Note runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with TouchWiz 4.0 on top of it. The back of the device sports an 8MP camera with an LED flash, and a 2MP camera resides in the front of the phone. A beefy 2500mAh battery powers the Galaxy Note.
The highlight of the Note is the S-Pen, which comes with the Note. This pressure sensitive stylus will help Note users to easily take down notes on their handset. Samsung will also release the S-Pen SDK to developers, to that more applications can make use of this feature.
With the Galaxy Note, Sammy is trying to open a new segment, residing between the handsets and tablets market. The Note will be ideal for businessmen’s and college going students, for taking down quick notes. While some people may like the Note, I highly doubt it’s going to be a major success. Nonetheless, it is still nice to see Sammy innovating, instead of just releasing run-of-the-mill Android handsets and tablets.