The much-awaited Android Jelly Bean upgrade for Samsung Galaxy tablets is finally underway,allowing tablet-owners to reap double benefits of better user-experience and improved performance.Samsung has started the update process for the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2,the two best-selling devices of the company.The upgrade to Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean can be done over the air,or through Kies update.The Galaxy Note 10.1 will also get the Samsung Premium Suite.
With the upgraded OS,both the tablets will get a more intuitive interface and faster response times across apps.The latest Android OS offers additional features,such as Google Now,a personal assistant feature.The S Note will now have templates that allow users to add effects to digital content using the Idea Sketch or insert videos into the templates.
Samsung says that the Premium Suite brings some remarkable enhancements to the multitasking features and the S Pen Stylus. Multitasking will allow users to run two applications side by side,making better use of the Multi Window view of the Galaxy Note 10.1.
While the Cascade View allows resizing, moving or pinning apps in multiple views,Air View gives a preview of videos,photos and emails without the need to open the relevant apps.There is a new Quick Command feature that lets users create shortcuts with specific S Pen strokes in order to launch apps.
Some of the vital services, such as handwriting and S Note are improved.The S Pen will now allow users to switch on-screen colors at just the touch of a button.The handwriting software will allow users to send notes via email or directly write on the S Planner.
Samsung’s Galaxy range of products have become popular Android devices flaunting innovative features.Recent developments have pushed Samsung up the ladder to compete well with Apple’s mobile devices.