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Even before the iPhone 5 made its debut on Sept. 12, it was reported Samsung would sue Apple over the addition of LTE.
The report is might now be true.
In early September, a source told the Korean Times that Samsung "has decided to take immediate legal action," upon news the iPhone will have LTE capability.
Samsung scored a rare victory against rival Apple as a U.S. court judge on Monday lifted a ban on U.S. sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
As the judge was issuing the order, Samsung filed its own patent infringement lawsuit against Apple's iPhone 5, escalating the global legal wrangling between the two electronic giants.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh late Monday lifted the ban on sales of the tablet imposed in June. The judge imposed a temporary injunction prior to the August patent infringement trial that resulted in a $1 billion victory for Apple.
I wonder if Samsung is just butt hurt over the major lawsuit they lost to Apple or does Samsung actually have a case to give it back to Apple?