The new Samsung Galaxy Note II had plenty of features which made the phablet one of the most productive around. The Multi-View feature, which lets users use two apps simultaneously, is a key feature that allows multi-tasking on the Android device. It has, unfortunately, remained exclusive to the flagship phablet – although rumour has it that the feature may be pushed to the older Galaxy Note.
Interestingly, SamMobile has stated that Samsung plans to push Multi-View – as well as other Galaxy Note II features – to the next Android 4.1.2 update on its super successful flagship Galaxy S III smartphone. In addition to Multi-View, the Smart Rotation and gallery app are among the other features coming to the S III.
However, it appears the update is currently only seeding to Polish owners of the S III. But as they say, patience is a virtue that eventually brings multi-tasking features to your smartphone.