Apple adds Galaxy Note 2 plus six other devices to Samsung patent complaint
Apple wants six more devices, including the Galaxy Note 2, added to its federal patent compliant against Samsung
Apple wants six additional devices, including the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3, added to its pending patent complaint against Samsung.
Apple secured a victory against Samsung back in August when a US court found Samsung guilty of a number of patent infringements and ordered the Korean manufacturer to pay-out $1.05 billion in damages.
Apple wants six additional Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, and Galaxy Tab 8.9, added to its second pending case against Samsung.
Samsung countered the claim, however, stating that both Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices infringed on eight of its patents. A US Judge allowed Samsung to pursue claims against Apple’s iPhone 5 on November 15.
Samsung has yet to comment on Apple’s latest demands, however.
On a brighter note, Samsung is tipped to sell a record number of handsets in Q4 2012 – 60 million to be precise. No wonder Apple is hell-bent on getting Samsung hardware banned from market.
More news as we get it.