Samsung scored another point in the fierce match with rival Apple with the recent release of a slightly redesigned Galaxy Tab 70N now available for the German customers.Samsung’s latest decision is based on a favorable context. After Apple filed a preliminary injunction accusing the South Korean tech giant of copyright infringement with its world famous Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung released a redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Presented on the market under the code N with a sleek new edge around the tablet featuring a resized logo, much more apparent than in the earlier version, Galaxy Tab 10.1 N is specifically meant to eliminate any confusion on the market. Although the court hasn’t reach to an official conclusion, one judge stated for the media that under the new circumstances there are very little chances that Apple would be able to ban the sales of Galaxy Tab 10.1 N.
Now Samsung takes a little farther and takes similar actions with its Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. As customers realized, a redesigned Galaxy Tab 7.0N Plus made its appearance on retailers’ websites. The hardware is identical to the version available worldwide, the update meant for the German marketis related to a new look.