Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 And Galaxy Note 10.1 Receives Jelly Bean Update

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and Note 10.1 are getting some “premium” updates from Android Jelly Bean. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930) will officially roll out these updates soon.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 And Galaxy Note 10.1 Receives Jelly Bean Update

The new updates will feature multi-window, Quick Command, and Air View. The Note 10.1 will also get extra updates for the S-Pen exclusively. The Jelly Bean update will bring a new set of updates for Samsung apps like S Voice and Smart Alert.

The upgrades should speed up the performance of the devices and includes many new features that enhances the users’ experience. One of those notable  features is Cascade View, which allows you to see the second application open,  you can resize, move, or pin it. Another notable feature is Air View, which allows users to preview the app content before actually opening it. Then there is the Quick Command, which allows users activate services or applications with specialized S Pen strokes. Moreover, the S Pen also gets upgrades that enable users select different fonts or color modes. You could also use it to launch a special homescreen when the unit is removed from the dock.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 will also feature improved personalization features like Easy Clip; where you can use the stylus to circle content to take a snapshot and save in your gallery for later. Then there is Photo Note which will allow you to write notes on the back of photos for future reference. There is also a feature that let you write hand-written notes for email as well as insert videos in the notes.

Paper Artist is a cool feature for those who enjoy drawing and art. This feature allows users to brighten up sketches or media content with your choice of over thirty different art effects.

These new upgrades will probably reignite interest in the Galaxy Note 10.1, and perhaps boost Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930)’s tablet sales in a big way.

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