Samsung confirms Jelly Bean Premium Suite upgrade for original Galaxy Note

Samsung confirms Jelly Bean Premium Suite upgrade for original Galaxy NoteA trio of weeks ago, I was yelling about the Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean Android 4.1.2 Premium Suite Upgrade. Catchy stuff.

Fast-forward to the present, and official screaming from the South Koreans confirms the Premium Suite upgrade is coming soon (presumably) to the original 5.3in Samsung Galaxy Note.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite update goodness is detailed over on Samsung’s global site, with a series of “simulated” screen images.

As such, we’re not entirely sure when – or where – to expect the Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite update, but we do know what it’ll bring.

For starters, we have Samsung’s beloved multi-window feature. Or, as Jan likes to call it, “dual-window”.

PopUp Note will spring into action whenever you unleash the S Pen or double tap the screen, while PopUp Video and PopUp Browser allow you to watch and browse in conjunction with other tasks.

Photo Frame and Photo Note let you scribble on the front and back of your Galaxy Note pics respectively.

With Easy Clip and the S Pen, you can easily crop any on-screen image, and select text simply by drawing a line.

And of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite update also brings Jelly Bean Android 4.1, with Google Now and Project Butter and what have you. Check out our Everything you need to know about Jelly Bean feature.

For more on the above Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite update features (and a small handful of others), head over to samsung.com.

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JanSt / MOD  Dec. 27, 2012 at 14:49

Not bad. Makes the discounted Note "1" a valid option as it had sufficient power.
And we know the 'suite' will be on XDA etc in no time. Probably for the HTC HD2 first, though hahahaha

matt101101 / MOD  Dec. 27, 2012 at 18:51

So it's basically JB for the original Note? Cool, if it's anything like the Samsung leaked firmware for the S2 (on the basis the Note is a big S2), it'll make a massive difference and give the original Note a new lease of life.

JanSt / MOD  Dec. 27, 2012 at 18:57

Agree.

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