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Appellate court temporarily suspends temporary injunction on the Galaxy Nexus (Update: now on sale)

0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jul 2012, 14:54

A Federal Appeals court has put the brakes on the injunction of the Galaxy Nexus, until it can rule on Samsung's appeal in the coming weeks...

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posted on 07 Jul 2012, 16:47

23. Rocksteady (unregistered)

True, if you prefer devices with good battery life, then I can advice you to check out the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx, it's got a 3300 Mah.
Or even wait for the Droid HD, hope they supply it with a similar battery. It won't let you down.

posted on 07 Jul 2012, 16:52

24. thedarkside (Posts: 654; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)

i would get the maxx but i have AT&T and unlimited data. im a heavy user on data even after my wifi use. so i dont want to switch if i can keep the unlimited data.

posted on 07 Jul 2012, 16:09

21. Non_Sequitur (Posts: 1111; Member since: 16 Mar 2012)

Do eet
Do eet

posted on 07 Jul 2012, 17:03

25. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)

oh finally another good judge suspends this ridicules ban. I'm pretty sure APPLE would find some other Apple loving judge to over rule. this SHYT HAVE TO STOP NOW. We are all getting sick and tired of Apple's B.S.

posted on 07 Jul 2012, 18:29

26. threeline (Posts: 267; Member since: 11 Sep 2011)

Does this mean that the Sprint and Verizon versions of the G-Nex will be updated to 4.1 immediately as well since it contains the same search function that apple says is patented and 4.1 Jelly Bean fixes that issue?

posted on 07 Jul 2012, 18:29 1

27. DavidS (Posts: 9; Member since: 04 Jul 2012)

That's fabulous!!! Here you go apple!!!

posted on 08 Jul 2012, 01:30

31. prototype (Posts: 23; Member since: 06 Jul 2012)

A win for the people! Is the consumers the chose which phone they want buy not apple.

posted on 09 Jul 2012, 06:12 1

38. pegasso (Posts: 285; Member since: 27 Nov 2011)

Off Topic

"HTC won a London court ruling against Apple Inc. (AAPL) over patents for touchscreen technology used for its mobile devices, including Apple’s slide-to-unlock feature.
HTC’s devices don’t infringe four Apple patents for the
technology and three of those patents are invalid, Judge
Christopher Floyd said yesterday..."


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