Samsung Delays Smartphone As Jobs Tribute

October 10, 2011 by staff 

Samsung Delays Smartphone As Jobs TributeSamsung Delays Smartphone As Jobs Tribute, The company said it would be a bad time to introduce the device while the world was paying tribute to the co-founder of Apple, who died last week.

He had planned to present the first in San Diego Nexus on 11 October. Samsung has a close relationship with Apple, since one of its component suppliers. However, companies are suing each other for patent violations.

The courts of 10 countries have called for awarding a seemingly eye for an eye of intellectual property claims.

Each company has accused the other of using its patented technology without paying for the license.

Besides Apple has accused Samsung of copying the overall look of your iPhone, its tab Galaxy 10.1.

To date, the U.S. company has fared better in court:

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is prohibited from sale in Germany.

The prohibition of sales of Samsung smartphones are expected to come into force in the Netherlands in October.

Samsung has postponed its plans to launch compressed in Australia, while the legal battle is ongoing.

A ruling is expected this week in the row of Australia and is also due shortly in the U.S. in which Apple has sued Samsung.

The main candidates

Samsung Nexus The first is the latest in a series of smart phones manufactured by Korean company running the Google Android operating system.

It will be the first commercially available device to run the new version of Android known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

The open source platform has proved a great success for Samsung, which is now second only to Apple in the global race for smartphones.

According to Nielsen, in August 2011, Apple held 19.25 of the market, while Samsung mobile phones accounted for 16.2%.

Despite fierce competition, both on the street and in court, Samsung has a lot of money from Apple, the supply of parts for many of their devices, including screens of their smartphones and tablets.

The two companies are said to have reached an agreement in February and components worth 7.8bn (£ 5 billion).

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