Apple Wins Injunction Against Samsung That Blocks Galaxy Nexus Sales In U.S. (AAPL, GOOG)
Steve Kovach, Business Insider
Apple won an injunction opposite Samsung Friday afternoon that bars a sale of a Galaxy Nexus in a U.S.
The preference was done by decider Lucy Koh, a same decider who postulated Apple’s injunction opposite Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 inscription progressing this week.
Koh’s statute says a Galaxy Nexus is too identical to a Apple’s inclination to not be deliberate a obvious infringement.
Apple claims a Galaxy Nexus infringes on several of a patents for a iPhone.
Apple will have to post a $95 million bond to defend a Galaxy Nexus anathema until a box goes to trial, according to Reuters. That figure is cover intensity indemnification should a hearing establish Samsung is not infringing on Apple’s patents.
The Galaxy Nexus is Google’s flagship Android device. It’s one of a few inclination that run a unaltered, latest version of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich. It’ll also be one of a initial phones to get a new chronicle of Android, called Jelly Bean, in midst July.
We’ve reached out to Apple and Google for comment.