Korean electronic giant Samsung Electronics has issued a software update for its 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab, a move seen by many as a desperate attempt by the company to make the tablet look and feel different from other Android devices on the market.
The update, which comes barely a couple of months after the company first unveiled the device in the US, brings along with it a handful of new features to the operating system, Samsung claims.
The company also says that the new update will make the user experience a lot easier than it was before, with a more attractive look, more entertainment features, as well as a great platform for business and productivity purposes with secured remote network access and WiFi printing capabilities.
"When we first launched the tablet, we promised our customers that we were going to delight them by ensuring the experience we deliver them helps them with work and with play," Gavin Kim, Samsung Telecommunications America vice president of content, data services and enterprise mobility, said during a press event in New York, the Wall Street Journal reports.
"Today we're officially unveiling a major software update that takes that promise even further,” Kim added.