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March 30, 2012

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Arnold

Its hard to tell with this case because all the Apple cases (that I know of) that have won agansit Samsung are design infringements. In those cases, its obvious that Samsung copied because no other phone on the market other than the iPhone has a center home button that functions in the same way. It was really dumb of Samsung to try and copy such an obvious feature.In the other hand, we really have no idea the details of how HTC is going to fight this on-going case for their appeal and I'm sure T-Mobile and Google will contribute in the fight as the feature that Apple is targeting will effect ALL Android powered devices, not just HTC. Unlike Samsung's case, their company is the only one affected because of design which is the company's internal decision.

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