Not only does the new Premium Suite software bring in a wide catalog of new features for Samsung Galaxy Note users, but also an update to the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform. With the South Korea-based company being the official launch partner of the Angry Birds Space game, device owners will be entitled to a special edition of the title which brings in an exclusive Galaxy Note level and 30 new challenges through the Danger Zone package.
When on the Android 4.0 platform, users can expect an intuitive experience through fresh visual offerings and a better menu interface that should make multitasking more convenient than before. ICS-exclusive tools such as Face Unlock, Snapshot, Android Beam and various others are also included within the update. The Premium Suite software comes with the My Store app as well. Users can utilize this to create digital cards by adding in notes, video content, photos, text or voice clips.
“Galaxy Note continues to delight customers all over the world with its incredible versatility and unique user experience. With the Premium Suite upgrade, we wanted to add features that enrich users’ Note experience even more, including the great advantages of Android 4.0 and innovative applications for S Pen,” expressed JK Shin, President of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “We are committed to providing extraordinary experiences for consumers, and we will continue to provide new features and upgrades to enrich our offering.”
To provide users a more convenient method of jotting down notes through the S Pen, the company has brought forth the S Note tool that apparently makes combining sketches with digital content much easier. This offering also incorporates the Shape Match and Formula Match applications which are most likely to enhance users’ productivity through its acclaimed capabilities of digitizing geometric shapes and solving numeric formulas, while on the go.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite software upgrade is expected to roll out for all users worldwide sometime during the Q2 of 2012. Specific dates for availability are said to vary by market and network carrier.