Samsung rolls out new Android update to Note users

Samsung has launched the Android Jelly Bean update and a range of Premium Suite features to owners of its original Galaxy Note device.
The Korean firm’s fansite Sam Mobile reported the improved operating system is gradually being rolled out to consumers with the smartphone-tablet hybrid, while the speed of the process is dependent on location and mobile network.
With the upgraded platform, individuals are able to benefit from the new and improved Nature UX user interface, which is the same as the one being used on the Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy SIII Mini. Other enhancements include smoother performance speeds and greater stability, a customisable notification panel, smart rotation, Samsung’s cloud services and Google Now.
Users will also receive features like Direct Call, Smart Stay and Pop-up Play, a new notifications bar, two home screen modes, new widgets from the Galaxy SIII and Multi Windows Multitasking, which is found on the Note II device and can be disabled.
This comes after Eldar Murtazin, founder of Russian telecommunication website Mobile-review, hinted Samsung is going to be launching the Galaxy SIV on March 14th.