Samsung obviously thinks “regular” updates are not enough for its users. But instead of just calling them “software updates” or something of that sort, they prefer to use the phrase “Premium Suite,” which not only brings the latest version of Android but also some of Samsung’s own goodies.
We’ve already seen the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III getting such treatment, and the next in line is the original Galaxy Note. Aside from all the new features and tweaks Jelly Bean packs, users can also expect multi-window support (true multi-tasking), pop-up apps (video, browser, notes), photo note/frame, easy clip, paper artist, as well as new S Planner and email apps.
As for when you can get this new software, we think that will happen in the next few weeks, perhaps during the CES. We’ll let you know when we hear something new on this…