Samsung will respond to Apple's ban request with "all necessary measures"
Samsung has stated that will respond to Apple's ban request on some of its devices with all necessary measures.
In a statement, Samsung claims that it will take all measures to ensure that their devices are available in the US marketplace.
After the verdict against Samsung in Friday last week, yesterday Apple asked the judge for a sales ban against Samsung devices.
Apple also states that it preserves the right to seek a permanent ban in sales of all 28 products that the jury found violated its patents, but instead, it gave a very short list, to address the irreparable damage that Apple is suffering.
The smartphones in the filing do not include Samsung's current flagship devices, as the devices were not part of the lawsuit.
The devices in the filing are Galaxy S Showcase, Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket, Galaxy S 2 Epic 4G,Galaxy S 2 AT&T, Galaxy Prevail, Galaxy S 2 T-Mobile, Droid Charge and Galaxy S 4G.
All together those devices made $1 billion profit in the US only, in Q1 and Q2 2012 only.
The judge is scheduled to decide on the preliminary injunction on the 20th of September.