Original Galaxy Note to get Jelly Bean, multi-window, and more with new Premium Suite

Original Galaxy Note to get Jelly Bean, multi-window, and more with new Premium Suite

Just like it’s older brothers the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, the OG Galaxy Note will be getting an upgrade to the Samsung “Premium Suite”. The suite is available with the Android 4.1 upgrade.

The new improvements include multi-window (full screen multitasking), pop-up video / browser / note apps, easy clip, photo note, New S Planner and email apps, and paper artist. Not to forget the standard jB updates, such as Google Now and Project Butter.

We don’t have any specifics on when this update will be rolling out, but with CES hovering over our heads, we can bet it would be pretty soon.

via engadget

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24 Comments

  1. Brie
    December 27, 19:41 Reply

    How about the original tablet Samsung!!!!!!! GT P7510 wifi, Samsung!!!!!!!!!!

  2. RSPC
    December 31, 00:34 Reply

    Will it loose ability to do Apps to SD??

  3. John2843
    July 27, 22:40 Reply

    Seriously deficient customer service that Flash is still not available while many uses need it such as webinar viewing and Amazon video.

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