Samsung will seek to dissolve the preliminary injunction on the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.13
motion with the court to dissolve the preliminary injunction. But as with everything in this case, nothing is so simple. Even though the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 was ruled not to have infringed on Apple design patents, the jury did rule that it infringed on some of Apple's software patents. Judge Koh can decide to overturn the verdict and rule that the tablet did infringe on the Apple iPad's design patents. Considering that she placed the preliminary injunction on the tablet pre-trial, there is every reason for Samsung to wonder if she would rule in its favor on a motion to dissolve that same injunction.
Samsung recently introduced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) which is not affected by the preliminary injunction.