Apple Wants To Ban Sales Of 8 Samsung Phones

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Apple has listed the eight Samsung phones it wants to ban as a result of its victory in court last week.Apple determined the phones are subject to a ban after reviewing the jury’s decision.

Bloomberg was the first with the news.

Most of the devices on Apple’s list are outdated. They come from last year’s flagship model, the Galaxy S II.

Samsung began selling  its current flagship phone, the Galaxy S III, this summer.

Other phones like the Droid Charge were released more than a year ago, but are still for sale.

Here are the phones:

  1. Galaxy S II 4G
  2. Galaxy S II (AT&T variant)
  3. Galaxy S II Skyrocket
  4. Galaxy S II (T-Mobile Variant)
  5. Galaxy S II Epic 4G (Sprint Variant)
  6. Galaxy S Showcase
  7. Droid Charge
  8. Galaxy Prevail

Here's the AT&T model of the Galaxy S II

Thisis the Galaxy S II Skyrocket, also sold by AT&T

This is the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S II

This is the Epic 4G, Sprint's version of the Galaxy S II

This is the Droid Charge, sold by Verizon

Here's the Galaxy Prevail, sold by Boost Mobile

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