Samsung's legal arguments, whatever they may be, can't hide the fact that they are a me-too company with no sense of design aesthetics - albeit one with a great manufacturing arm.

Rene Ritchie from iMore puts it best:

It's not that Samsung doesn't continuously push the limits of hardware specifications and capabilities as much if not more than anyone else. They do. But they do so by systematically, institutionally copying what other vendors have already done first. [...] Rather than setting a course for the future, they set out to subsume the present.

I can't wait to see what the judgement is - it is going to have massive implications on the mobility market, and certainly affect the patent cold war that Google, Apple, Microsoft have been fighting for a few years now.

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