Samsung Sell Tablets and Smartphones in The U.S. at Christmas Despite Apple. California justice dismissed the preliminary application of Apple to block sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet and smartphones to rival Samsung that it accuses of infringement of patent, welcomed Saturday in a press release of the South Korean company.
Judge Lucy Koh of the Court of the district of San Jose (California) objected to the ban on sales to the United States, pending the trial to be held next year and “this decision confirms as we say it has long been that Apple arguments are well founded,” she said on the news release.
“We have confidence in the fact that we can demonstrate Samsung mobile products are distinguished (when the case will be examined in court the next year),” added the business
According to a spokesman of Samsung, the preliminary injunction was intended to prevent sales of Samsung products during the crucial period of the holiday of the year.
Samsung has already won a victory the week last in Australia, Australian justice having reauthorized the sale of the Samsung tablet.
The two groups are engaged since the spring of 2011 a fierce legal battle, accusing each other of infringement of technology and design, with proceedings in several countries.
Apple sells telephone multifunction iPhone and the iPad tablet, while Samsung offers the range of smartphones Galaxy S and the Galaxy Tab tablet.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1, whose marketing began this summer in the world, is considered one of the most serious potential competitors of already worship iPad.