It seems that Samsung is hard at work to give Android users a new email app more secure than the current one. Many owners of Samsung smartphones received emails from Google some months ago informing them that the Samsung email app comes from a suspicious publisher who has access to their Gmail data. The message also contained information on how the app publisher could read, send, and permanently delete a message with their Gmail accounts if they wanted to. Despite the fact that Samsung claims that the problem was only an error that will be addressed, the South Korean company plans to launch a brand new email app for Android devices.
The folks over at LetsGoDigital found a new "Email Plus" trademark filed by Samsung in the UK, described as a " computer software for smartphones and tablets for managing email accounts ." While it's not quite clear how exactly the new app will be released, we wouldn't be surprised to learn that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 1
Although the Samsung Email app is listed on the Google Play Store, it is only compatible with smartphones and tablets manufactured by the South Korean company, so you won I find it there unless you own such a device.