Samsung Unveils Its “Premium Suite Upgrade” For The Galaxy S III

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Samsung just unveiled its “Premium Suite Upgrade” for the Galaxy S III, as promised in a teaser last Friday.

The update includes the highly anticipated Multi-Window feature, which is already available on Galaxy Note devices and allows users to run two apps in separate windows at the same time. But that’s probably the most exciting thing about the changelog.

Below the video announcing the upgrade is a list of the latest features from Samsung:

Multimedia

Paper Artist: You can make a picture like a pop artist. Change the moods of your pictures whenever you want.

Camera, Low Light Shot: It’s always tough to take pictures in dark places. So the Galaxy S III with Premium Suite has a Low-Light-Shot function. Get your hands on one and check out the difference!

Camera, Best Face: The problem with group pictures? Somebody always, ALWAYS blinks. Well, Best Face is your solution to that. Best Face takes 5 consecutive pictures and lets you choose the best face for each person among those shots.

New Features And Better Accessibility

Easy Mode: For first-time smartphone users and/or those who are really really, well, lazy. This function helps you set up the most five frequently used widgets on the home screen, so you don’t have to be tired of looking everywhere to find those apps.

Sound Balance: You can adjust the balance of volume one each side of earphones.

Setup Wizard: After turning on your cell phone, you can see the accessibility menu right away on the screen.

Camera Easy Snap: With ‘talk back’ and ‘face detection’ on your settings menu, the Galaxy S III tells you how many faces it can detect on the camera preview.