Besides the record file of 132 pages Samsung that we have seen today in the evidence brought before the court again appear a Samsung internal document of 94 pages long. Its content shows that the Korean electronics companies have spent considerable time comparing their products with the iPhone in terms of level of convenience to use. Samsung also launched the "proposed improvements" to "Behold III" (also known as Samsung Vibrant, a version of the Galaxy S for T-Mobile network in the U.S.) in the same direction with your mobile phone Apple.   Samsung lawsuit because Apple has reproduced this effect when rolled out a content page, and in the "web mi_Duyet level of competence" (Aesthetics_Browsing), Samsung has mentioned this feature. Orientation improves the company made it "provides a fun effects when dragging the site". Another example, although outside the scope of the case, it is Samsung that features reviews iPhone "Slide to Unlock" Behold simpler than III. Galaxy Nexus Apple has been sued for copyright infringement slide to unlock and then led to the ban in the United States. However, Samsung is lucky for the appellate court to lift the ban temporarily while waiting for the agency to consider allegations of Apple.   Overall, this report is not as strong as previous records 132 pages, but it shows Samsung's desire to compete with Apple in many ways as possible. The update of this lawsuit will continue to be posted subtle. If interested, invite you to download the 94 page document view Behold III compared with the iPhone.     According to the verge


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