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#90362 20-Sep-2011 18:40
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Apple sold ~20million iphone 4 in the 2nd quarter
Samsung sold ~19 million galaxy in the 2nd quarter

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  #523693 20-Sep-2011 19:19
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Yeah go for it Samsung. Give Apple a dose of their own medicine.

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  #523697 20-Sep-2011 19:25
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Wasn't there rumours of the SG3 coming out to compete with the new iPhone? I realise this rumour is now just a rumour and the SG3 is due mid 2012.

Releasing a better or competing phone would be the best strategy I believe!

 
 
 
 




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  #523705 20-Sep-2011 19:35
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heavenlywild: Wasn't there rumours of the SG3 coming out to compete with the new iPhone? I realise this rumour is now just a rumour and the SG3 is due mid 2012.


i think they have mistaken galaxy note for sgs3. 





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  #523707 20-Sep-2011 19:41
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Go Apple! Don't let these cheap knock-offs weaken your quest for world domination.





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To save confusion, the apple iPhone should be the only smartphone allowed to be sold.
And the price of smartphones should go up by 20% so that more lawyers can be supported. Laughing

The Samsung Galaxy III is mooted to have insane specs. Rumours have it sporting a quad-core 2.0Ghz processor and running Android v4.0.

I'm sure Apple is already planning ways of blocking it from coming to market. Wink

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  #523760 20-Sep-2011 21:03
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To save even more confusion, Apple need to release the iPhone 5 so that Samsung know what to imitate with their new phone. All so Apple can sue them, so Samsung can deny imitation, then Samsung can counter sue...

I guess as long as it keeps interweb forums busy it's all good.



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  #523772 20-Sep-2011 21:25
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..and the lawyers will be substantially richer.

according to those reports, samsung is very very confident with their case. they are so sure that this will delay the launch or completely block them in those countries.





 
 
 
 


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  #523795 20-Sep-2011 22:23
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The patent system is broken.

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  #523800 20-Sep-2011 22:36
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heavenlywild:

Releasing a better or competing phone would be the best strategy I believe!



Tee hee, I agree! 

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  #523806 20-Sep-2011 22:48
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Apple just protecting their rights, it's that simple. Samsung may just be tit for tat, but if they have genuine patent issues, that's fine too, they should take action. Let civil law resolve it for both companies.

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  #523837 21-Sep-2011 06:08
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Ragnor: The patent system is broken.


+1

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  #523842 21-Sep-2011 06:32
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Ragnor: The patent system is broken.


You got that right

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  #523865 21-Sep-2011 08:46
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Would buy samsung products over apple anyday.

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  #523866 21-Sep-2011 08:47
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And so it starts...

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  #523868 21-Sep-2011 08:54
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Interesting.

Don't blame them really, may as well fight fire with fire.

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