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New Galaxy Note II Firmware Adds Split-Screen Multitasking

By Simon Thomas on 09th October 2012

Samsung have now released a new firmware update for the recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 2 across Europe. The new update adds support for split-screen multi-tasking to Samsung's smartphone.


Split-screen multitasking support was expected to be included when the smartphone launched, but the first batch of Galaxy Note's  didn't come with the feature pre-loaded. However, that's all changed now thanks to this new firmware update which also adds a new version of Google Chrome and adds support for a new base-band.


After updating Galaxy Note II owners will be able to take full advantage of split-screen multi-tasking which enables you to run two fully fledged applications alongside each other. The possibilities are truly exciting and endless and we hope it's a feature that can make it's way onto all new smartphones and tablets.


With split-screen multi-tasking you'll be able to access your Facebook application, while you browse other websites or watch a video and much more. The Galaxy Note 10.1 supports split-screen multi-tasking but only with Samsung applications, but the Note 2's version supports any Android applications.


The new Galaxy Note 2 firmware is available to download across Europe over-the-air or using Samsung's Kies software. 3G highly recommends users download the update, but not before backing up their data and settings.


Samsung's Galaxy Note II is available to buy on some amazing deals from Three which you can checkout by clicking here.

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