The feature would be made available for Galaxy Note N7000 along with the Jelly bean upgrade
The multi-screen feature debuted with the Galaxy Note 10.1 (N 8000) which was launched earlier this year. Galaxy Note II got this feature later. The Multi-view enhances the multitasking capabilities of the device, allowing users to run two apps on the screen simultaneously. This feature splits the display between two devices so that two applications can be showcased on the same screen, enhancing the multitasking in real time.
Apart from that, the Jelly Bean update will also bring a much fluid user interface, video pop out feature, direct call, smart display rotation and many more enhancements that have made the Galaxy Note II much popular among users.
The Jelly Bean upgrade is expected to be released in the coming few days as Samsung seems to have finished working on the upgrade and only the finishing touches remain.
Samsung, had unveiled the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this month and both the phones are completely different from previous Samsung smartphones.
Both the phones come in three storage variants – 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB.
Both the phones are completely different than previous Samsung smartphones with S6 Edge has a strikingly different curved display on two sides.
Samsung is expected to unveil the handset at the Unpacked event which starts from March 1.
The listing on Snapdeal doesn't speak anything about its LTE feature but many media reports claimed that the handset has 4G connectivity.
All these phones have 4G connectivity and are set to be launched in India in the second week of March.
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Samsung has cited GfK data which it says is more accurate than that of Canalys's survey which tracks shipment data.
While Galaxy S6's existence is widely reported, there are not much information about the Galaxy S Edge and the smartwatch.
Tizen mobile platform is based on the Linux Kernel and is being backed by Samsung and Intel together.