Samsung has officially begun rolling out a Premium Suite update for the Samsung Galaxy S III in the UK.
The update will bring a range of innovative features first introduced on the Galaxy Note II, such as Multi Window support, easier photo sharing via NFC and tweaks to the camera app.
It brings a whole new dimension to the Android Jelly Bean upgrade which was made available for the device just a few months ago.
Some of the main features coming to the device include:
- Multi Window: Probably the best-known of the bunch, allowing users to multi-task on-screen utilising two different applications side-by-side simultaneously.
- Samsung Gallery system: Allows users to view more photos on-screen at the same time, as well as the being able to categorise photos and videos.
- Paper Artist app: Brings a variety of image editing options as well as the Auto Share tool, which uses NFC to exchange photos and videos between devices which both support S-Beam.
- Improvements to the camera app: The new Best Face feature allows users to take five continuous shots and chose the best face of each person in the frame to create the most suitable image, as well as bringing a new low-light mode and broadening of the Panorama mode to 340 and 360 degrees.
- Group Cast: Previously buried in Allshare Play, Group Cast has been pulled into a standalone app so multiple people can collaborate on the same document or multimedia when devices are on the same Wi-Fi network.
Other tweaks and alterations to also come with this bumper bundle include Continuous Input, Smart Rotation, improved touch response and Smart Dock, to name but a few.
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III can expect the update to hit their devices in the coming days.