We know that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been banned in Germany. This is due to Apple successfully winning an injunction against Samsung, but it looks like the tablet is back with a slight change in name and a slight change in design, in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N, and in terms of design, well you can pretty much see for yourselves in the photo above.
The top photo shows the new Galaxy Tab 10.1N, while the bottom shows the original Galaxy Tab 10.1. The main (and obvious) difference here is the change in the frame of the tablet, with the 10.1N sporting a metal frame around the edges of the device. As far as its internals are concerned, we can’t be too sure if Samsung made any changes there, but the good news is that the new Galaxy Tab 10.1N will be shipped with Android’s Honeycomb 3.2.
Will this change be enough to please the German courts? We know that Apple will definitely not be happy that Samsung managed to skirt their way around the injunction, so we will wait and see what their response will be.
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