While the fan boys might cry fowl, it seems that in the last few months, Samsung has completely dominated handset rival Apple in terms of overall sales.
Apple and Samsung have been battling it out in the court rooms as much as the markets in the past few months, with the stakes looking to be raised again with the latter firm now looking to get the iPhone 4S banned from sale in the US.
Continuing the absurd law suits of the smart phone industry, Samsung has announced that they will be attempting to block sales of the iPhone 4S, Apple’s newest iteration of their fan boy loved handset.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is due for release in the UK very soon, despite Apple cockblocking it in Australia and the rest of Europe.
Samsung can temporarily not sell their Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the European Union, except in the Netherlands thanks to an injunction handed down by the courts on behalf of Apple.
There’s a bit of a cloud hanging over the mobile industry at the moment as Samsung and Apple battle it out in the court room.
Despite Nokia having held the top spot of smartphone sales in the past few years and Apple recently eclipsing this peak, Samsung looks set to be overtaking that top spot.
While South Korea is getting the first taste of Samsung’s latest smartphone, there will be a world wide release soon of the Galaxy S II.