Samsung reveals Premium Suite Upgrade for Galaxy S III, teases “something new” for CES 2013

Written by Russell Co. Posted in News, Smartphones, Software and Apps

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Published on December 10, 2012 with No Comments

Samsung has revealed the full scope of their Premium Suite Upgrade for the Galaxy S III, which includes a boatload of Samsung-only features that are coming in with the new Android Jelly Bean update. Along with the upgrade, Samsung Tomorrow has released a teaser that looks to be for a device for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this coming January 8-11, 2013.

The Samsung Galaxy S III was just released six months ago, but some are speculating that the company could be looking to release its successor, the Galaxy S IV, though details are quite limited. It’s entirely possible that we might see early glimpses of the Galaxy S IV utilizing Samsung’s flexible OLED displays that are under development.

If that is the case, Samsung isn’t forgetting their current customers as they’ve unveiled the full scope of their Premium Suite Upgrade for the Galaxy S III. Their flagship device will be getting low light camera shooting, easy photo and video sharing with NFC, smart predictions depending on your action, and more. Some upgrades have been already featured on the Galaxy Note II such as choosing the best face for group shots and opening two different apps at the same time.

The full list of upgrades include: Page Buddy, Contextual Menu, Contextual Tag, Multi Window, Auto Share Shot Pairing using NFC, Reader Mode, Facebook Lock Ticker, Paper Artist, Camera Low Light Shot, Camera Best Face, Easy Mode, Sound Balance, Setup Wizard, and Camera Easy Snap.