Does Apple really want Samsung Galaxy S III have its sales block?

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I'm more of a fan of Samsung Phones than iPhones and I can't wait for the latest ones to be launched. Is this issue true? Why would Apple ban Galaxy S III? 

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Does Apple really want Samsung Galaxy S III have its sales block?

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Apple wants to ban the Galaxy S III because of some patent issues.

It was reported that Josh Krevitt, Apple’s lawyer, may file for a TRO (temporary restraining order) to stop the launch of Samsung Galaxy S III because they believe that Samsung’s new phone is in violation of patents related to iOS devices.

The patents in question are US Patent No. 8086604 and 5946647 which covers “unified search” and “link for structures” which are both software related. These two infringing features are said to be already at issue with regards to the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy S III are said to contain the same.

And of course, Samsung is putting up a fight saying that Apple's patents has nothing to do with the sales of Galaxy phones. Samsung’s lawyer also said that Apple is just trying to stop a phone that is better than Apple’s in many ways from getting to the public.

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Does Apple really want Samsung Galaxy S III have its sales block?

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Aside from the Samsung Galaxy Note7 Smartphone, one of the newest models released this year is the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro. The Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro is a 4G Smartphone operating on 2G, 3G, and 4G network bands using GSM, HSPA, and LTE technologies. It was announced to the public and released on July 2016. It measures 152 x 78 x 8 millimeters and weighs 172 grams.

It is a dual SIM handset that uses micro-SIM card with dual-standby support. It has TFT capacitive touchscreen display with 16M colors at 720 x 1280 pixels screen resolution. It supports multi-touch. It runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow powered by Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 chipset, Quad Core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 processor, and Adreno 306 GPU. It supports microSD expandable up to 256 GB.

It runs on 2 GB RAM with 16 GB internal storage. The primary camera supports 13 megapixels with f/2.1, LED flash, and autofocus support. The primary camera features geo-tagging, face detection, and touch focus and can record video in 1080p at 30 fps. The secondary camera supports 5 megapixels with f/2.2 support.

It has 3.5-millimeter jack; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with Wi-Fi Direct and hotspot support; Bluetooth 4.1 with A2DP support; GPS with A-GPS and GLONASS/BDS (region dependent) support; FM radio; and microUSB 2.0. It has built-in accelerometer and proximity sensors. The pre-installed web browser supports HTML5. It doesn’t support Java. It runs on removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery and available in Gold, White, and Black colors.

Apple already won the case regarding the patent infringement lawsuit they filed against Samsung. Though Apple wanted a ban on Samsung products that used their said three iPhone patented features, two of the three judges in the United States Federal Circuit Court of Appeals voted to block specific Samsung products from the market. Go to Apple Wanted a Ban for more info.

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