Samsung has announced that its flagship Galaxy S3 smartphone will receive the company's Premium Suite upgrade pack.
The upgrade, previously announced for the firm's Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, introduces Page Buddy, a feature that predicts what the users wish to do based on their actions. For example, if one were to plug in headphones, the software will load the music player.
A contextual menu feature will be joining Page Buddy through the Premium Suite upgrade. It enables users to view their most frequently used apps within a single pane, as opposed to an entire list. Users will also be exposed to multiple window support.
The Reader Mode, meanwhile, is now capable of changing text size, as well as giving users the ability to share web pages, accompanied by a Facebook Lock Ticker that depicts a user's social news feed situated the on Galaxy S3's lock screen. The full list of features is as follows:
- Page Buddy
- Contexual Menu
- Contexual Tag
- Multi Window
- Auto Share Shot Paring using NFC
- Reader Mode
- Facebook Lock Ticker
A release date has yet to be confirmed by Samsung, but it did say "availability and timing" of the update will "vary depending on country and mobile carrier."
Don't forget that during that breakfast meeting they "wrote the idea down on a napkin" first.... thereby justifying they invented it first.
I'll never buy another Samsung.
Though I thought HTC was the first to do this...
Please don't answer that...it was facetious.