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If you are the owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, the chances are you may have already downloaded the update to Android 4.1 Jellybean.  If not, you will no doubt planning to, as its availability becomes more widespread in European markets.

As part of the update, Samsung has introduced a package of features called Premium Suite, which was brought to the device with the update to Android Jellybean, replacing the standard Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Google owned operating system.

If you are familiar with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, then you are likely to recognise some of the features which are bought to the full sized tablet from South Korea based manufacturer.  The update brings a feature called multi window to the device, which allows users to open up to 16 applications then manually resize them to fit the screen at once in a similar fashion to the desktop on a Windows computer. Learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 on our website where you can also view the best Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Offers.

Of course, like its smaller counterpart, the Galaxy Note 10.1 features stylus pen functionality in the form of the included S-Pen.  Samsung’s Premium Suite also brings a number of benefits to this feature, one of which is Air View which is another feature seen on the Galaxy Note 2.  It allows users to preview content when they hover the S-Pen over content before it is open.  For example, you can preview a video by offering the S-Pen over a video thumbnail.  The video will start playing in the thumbnail without being opened.

For those who prefer the Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is an appealing alternative to Apple’s iPhone line which continues to dominate the market by a very wide margin.  Key features of the Galaxy Note 10.1 include its 10.1 inch screen with S-Pen feature, quad-core processor, Android operating system and 5 megapixel camera.