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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: To be Removed from Sale in Europe

Written on August 10, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be removed from the European market, after the Regional Court of Dusseldorf granted Apple with preliminary injunction.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – which went on sale last week – must be removed from sale in Europe. Moreover, the company must stop marketing it. This comes after the Regional Court of Dusseldorf granted Apple a preliminary injunction against Samsung’s sale and marketing of the said device in all European countries other than The Netherlands.

The ruling backed the Cupertino-based company’s claim that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringed the intellectual property and copied the elements of iPad 2. And while the Korean conglomerate can make a counter appeal, the injunction will remain. That said, any appeal would be heard in about four weeks.

Samsung replied:

“Samsung is disappointed with the court’s decision and we intend to act immediately to defend our intellectual property rights through the ongoing legal proceedings in Germany and will continue to actively defend these rights throughout the world.”

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