Google says Galaxy Nexus shipping should continue next week after Samsung-Apple suit caused sales ban
Yesterday, we told you about The Galaxy Nexus and how Google / Samsung were working together to circumvent the ban that was won in a court case with Apple. Now, Google has told ABC that shipping should resume next week.
According to ABC news:
“Google confirmed to ABC News that the Galaxy Nexus had been pulled from its Google Play store as a result of the judge’s decision, but said it would begin selling the device again next week running the latest version of Android — Android 4.1, known as Jelly Bean. The updated version of Android would address the issues in dispute, Google said.”
Tim Cook of Apple was noted saying “We just don’t want people ripping us off”. What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments.
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