After trial loss, Samsung argues its design case against Apple online

Samsung F700 vs Apple

Not content to challenge Apple’s trade dress claims in court, Samsung has taken to its Samsung Tomorrow blog to try and correct the “misunderstandings” surrounding the designs of its products. At the top of the blog post, the team lays out how they’ll “reveal the truth from an objective point of view” as part of an ongoing series “until the day all misunderstandings have been cleared up.”

The South Korean company references the iPhone 3GS and Galaxy S, displaying patent D593,087 that Apple holds over the iPhone design, submitted in July 2007 and granted in May 2009. Samsung boldly lays out “the truth,” saying that it was the first to design a handset, the F700, with rounded corners, a glass surface, and black background. The design…

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