Galaxy S III Alpha Jelly Bean has built in multi-window support

Posted on Oct 13 2012 - 12:30pm by Sunny

If you live in Japan and have been waiting on your toes to buy the updated version of the Galaxy S III, which is the Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha, that NTT DoCoMo is going to sell in the country, then you are going to be a very happy Galaxy S III Alpha user. This is because the updated version of the smart phone has some really awesome features which every smart phone user would love to have.

We have seen Samsung’s multi window feature in the recently released series of Note branded devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 smart phone and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. But the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet had some really annoying issues with the multi window feature. If you have used one, you would have experienced the lag that the tablet featured when switching from one window to another when in the multi window mode. But this issue has been corrected now.

The Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha features an updated 1.6GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 processor and Google’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, Android 4.1, also known as Jelly Bean, out of the box. The regular international version of the Galaxy S III is going to get the Jelly Bean update pretty soon. In fact, many Galaxy S III users in the European countries have already got the over the air update to Jelly Bean already.

But what is more tempting is that the Galaxy S III Alpha comes with the multi window feature right out of the box. That is some awesome news. And as you can see in the video demo below, the smart phone does not showcase any delay in switching from one window to another. It is to whether the international version of the Galaxy S III will also get the multi window feature once it has been updated to the Jelly Bean operating system.

Source: Android Authority

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