Samsung’s original Galaxy Note may receive Air View, Multi-Window and more with Android 4.1 update

Owners of Samsung‘s original Galaxy Note model may be envious of the newest iteration of the device, the Galaxy Note II. Afterall, this newest phablet brings with it various improvements to both the hardware and software that produce one significant upgrade. Well as Samsung has promised, original Galaxy Note owners need not fret as they will not be forgotten with a Jelly Bean update promised soon. The Android 4.1 update may potentially hit the handset before year’s end making this great news for potential users.

In addition to getting great features like Google Now –  a recently leaked software build suggests that Samsung’s OG phablet may also be receiving some of the same key features as the current Galaxy Note II. Below you will find a video that reveals what may be in the works by the Korean tech giant. The video includes glimpses of the Nature UX, the ability to watch video previews with the S Pen (Air View) and the ability to view two apps at once (Multi-Window). Although not confirmed, these features may very well make it to the final build.

Samsung is currently testing Android 4.1.1 but they might update it to Android 4.1.2 before rolling out Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S II. According to our insider is Samsung already working on Android 4.1.2 for the Galaxy S III. Android 4.2 updates are planned in Q1 2013 and Samsung will give this update to the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II first.

 

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