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Galaxy Tab sales in Japan won't stop, says DoCoMo

The patent war will not stop Samsung tablets from selling according to DoCoMo CEO
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Recently we have heard that Apple has continued their Patent war against Samsung in Japan. Apple has sued a Japanese unit of Samsung for the damage of one million yen ($13,020) in a Tokyo court as reported by Japanese media. But according to the NTT DoCoMo CEO Samsung Galaxy Tab will not be affected by a patent-infringement lawsuit by Apple.

Earlier we have seen that the Samsung Galaxy Tab had faced either delay or ban over in Australia, Korea and across Europe because of the same. DoCoMo Chief Ryuji Yamada also told that Samsung has reported them that there will be no obstruction to sales and the patent situation is different in Europe and Japan. He told all these while he was at the launch of the tablet on its high-speed LTE network along with another tablet from Fujitsu.

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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-09-15 (Update: 2012-05-26)