For the upcoming patent trial against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, a U. S. judge approved Apple Inc’s request to bar disparaging statements by Steve Jobs about Google’s Android operating system, on Wednesday. The two electronic corporation giants are waging a legal war accusing each other of patent violations in this vast growing market for mobile devices.
Due to debt crisis in Europe, Samsung Electronics, the technology giant of South Korea, is quite worried for its hollowing demand in regard to televisions and other home appliances. But on the other hand, its smartphone Galaxy is flying high, meeting the expectations of consumers and company both. It has recently recorded a quarterly profit of $5.9 billion, which is highly appreciable.
Samsung's request for Nexus has been denied by the judge but Google is still promising sales by next week.
Samsung recently filed a plea in the court to be allowed to lift a pre-trial injunction of its Galaxy Nexus phone in the US but the acting judge Mr. Lucy Koh has rejected the company's plea.
The world's premier handset maker Samsung Electronics fell considerably in Seoul trading after Apple Inc. won a court ruling blocking sales of the Galaxy smartphone in the U. S. The two reigning companies of the smartphone market have indicted each other of copying technology and designs.
The world's biggest maker of mobile phones, Samsung Electronics was banned from selling its Nexus smartphones in the U. S. following a dispute with Apple Inc. By the ruling issued by U. S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California which blocks the sale of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 also blocking sales of Samsun's newest Galaxy S III smarthphone in the U. S.
Samsung Galaxy S III a main rival to Apple's iPhone is all set to top the 10 million mark during July. Launched at the end of last month, Samsung Electronics Co is expecting its sales to swell making it the fastest selling smartphone of the South Korean group. Predicting its earnings from the handset division to be higher in the second quarter as compared to January-March.