Dutch court upholds sales ban against Samsung products

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A new development happened in the Netherlands Court yesterday as the court upheld the previous decision of banning certain Samsung products that infringed Apple’s “bounce back” patent.

Some of the infringed products include Samsung’s original Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace and despite the fact that the ban is “extended to all devices that similarly infringe,” the actual impact of losing the appeal should be minimal as Samsung has made the necessary software changes to avoid the patent infringement.

It was in November 2012 when the District Court of The Hague announced the infringement with the final decision coming in by the Court of Appeal of The Hague


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3 years 8 months ago

Hahahaha lol samsung ! 😀 Galaxy s3 kitkat build wait

Galaxy Ace Style Running 512 MB Ram And Dual Core Cpu Kitkat 😀

Galaxy S3 1 GB Ram Quad Core Cpu Kitkat ? No WTF !!!!!!!!111

3 years 8 months ago

Its not about specs. Its about Samsung’s support.. They just want to sell new devices instead of spending money into older phones.. Even my old HD2 can run Kitkat, so specs say nothing.