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Original Galaxy Note getting Jelly Bean and multi-window tech

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Dec 2012 17:12 User comments (2)

Original Galaxy Note getting Jelly Bean and multi-window tech Samsung has confirmed that the original phablet, the Galaxy Note, will be receiving Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, along with the Premium Suite upgrade.
Owners will be very happy as the Premium Suite comes with "Multi Window," the ability to do multiple tasks on the same screen at the same time with no screen transitions, among other upgrades seen on the Note II.

Jelly Bean, Google's latest and greatest, will let Note owners access Google Now, the personal assistant that sends notifications based on your browsing history, your GPS location, and your emails. For example, Google Now will send updates on traffic when you are at home and it is time to be going to work or tell you the score of your favorite team's recent (or even ongoing) game.

It is unclear when the suite will be made available to Note owners.

Check here for more information: Samsung Galaxy Note Official Page

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2 user comments

128.12.2012 0:16

Any confirmations for Samsung Galaxy S2?

I thought the S2 took precedence over the original Note?

228.12.2012 11:27

Multiple windows on a smartphone, full-screen single windows on computers. It's a weird, weird world.

"You know, it seems that quotes on the internet are becoming less and less reliable." -Abraham Lincoln.

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