Samsung Proposes Settlement to Apple to Resolve Conflict

In a recent development reported by the Wall Street Journal, Samsung has proposed a settlement to Apple that would allow the sale of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia. While the specifics of the agreement remain undisclosed, it is designed to provide Apple with some level of reassurance.

However, this arrangement is not expected to halt ongoing legal disputes, but it aims to prevent a temporary sales ban. This compromise is not ideal for Samsung but would enable the Galaxy Tab to be available in stores during the crucial holiday season.

Samsung’s strategy appears to be aimed at circumventing further sales injunctions across various countries.

Apple has already secured a permanent injunction in Germany, forcing Samsung to withdraw the tablet from the market. Additionally, Samsung is embroiled in similar legal battles in the United States, Japan, and South Korea.

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