Samsung attained a huge win against Apple in a proprietary war that lasted for quite some time. It procured a retrial in one of the cases where Apple attained an outstanding victory back in 2012. Apple was assigned more than $1 billion dollar as compensation in a judgment that pragmatically confirmed what many people considered: Samsung copied the iPhone.
It is a belief that Samsung’s approach at the time was to replicate the iPhone and there is a proof for that. A 132 page document apprises Samsung employees to produce Android phones that look similar to iPhones. The Galaxy S phones instigated since Apple fetched lawsuits against Samsung are not the genuine iPhone copies. But mostly Samsung copies Apple.
But it’s only conspicuous now what Samsung was able to pull off. Replicating the iPhone was an enormous ventures but also a deliberate one. Samsung immediately realized it could generate iPhone look alike gadgets that would do an equal sale as the iPhone. By the time Apple carried charges against Samsung, the South Korean behemoth would have hitherto instituted itself as a premiere Android device maker, and it could besides sharpen its smartphone-making competence. It would soon grasp how to manufacture Galaxy phones that are not iPhone clones. This would have filled their coffers with cash which in process would reimburse the destruction. As far as the iPhone clones are concerned, they would have disappeared from the stores by the time Apple literally won any consequential product bans.