The Samsung Galaxy S III has proved incredibly popular with consumers, notching up something silly like 30 million+ sales (or shipments) in just a few months – and counting.
Now a select cross-section (dependant on country and carrier) is being treated to something called the Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean Android 4.1.2 “Premium Suite Upgrade”. Rolls off the tongue.
Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean Premium Suite Upgrade features are split into two camps, namely Contextual Awareness and Enhanced Features.
Contextual Awareness introduces tricks such as the launching of the music player as soon as you plug in your headphones, a list of the most used apps, and automatic tagging of photos with weather, date and location. Neat.
Meanwhile, Enhanced Features includes Multi Windows (something familiar to Samsung Galaxy Note II users), easy sharing of Samsung Galaxy S III pics via NFC (Near Field Communication), and a Facebook News Feed on the lock screen.
For a full breakdown of Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean Premium Suite Upgrade features (and a fairly lengthy video), head over to the South Koreans' official blog - Samsung Tomorrow. Interestingly, this is supposedly just Part 1.
Any sign of the Premium Suite Upgrade o'er here?