Samsung’s 2010 report stated that the Galaxy should be more like the iPhone
As part of the Trial that Apple has against Samsung for patent infringement, the Cupertino company introduced a Samsung internal document of 132 pages, 2010 where the first Galaxy S compared with the iPhone. The report, originally written in Korean, evaluated point by point comparison of both phones as differences in the screen, how to use the browser or using applications, and so on.
In several of the points came recommendations on what Samsung engineers had to do to improve the Galaxy, but the most recurring request was simply to make things work more like the iPhone making its interface is more similar.
Samsung’s defense is that the emergence of the iPhone, with its heavy use of the touch screen, pushed the industry to create similar products. This document would help to show how a company can try a similar product, but still lack many details in comparison.
It should be noted that to win the lawsuit, Apple not only must show that Samsung purposely made their phones like the iPhone, but also infringed its patents on elements with either a function as design elements.
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