In the latest twist in the ongoing Apple v Samsung saga, it appears the Korean giant will try to prevent an injunction banning their devices in Europe by releasing modified versions of the affected Galaxy S devices.
In case you haven't heard, a Dutch court ruled that Samsung had infringed on an Apple patent, and imposed an injunction against the Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace smartphones being sold in some European countries.
Samsung were given until Oct. 14 to address the matter, and a spokesman for Samsung has now confirmed that the affected devices have been modified, and will shortly be back on sale in the affected countries.
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I heard that all they did was change the software so there was no bounce at the end of pages, just the blue glow like in Honeycomb. I actually like the glow better
1. Does this change fix the legal problem, or does it have to be approved through the courts before Samsung can get on with selling them? 2. If this is just a software fix - will there be an OTA update to existing users or are they going to bother with that?
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