Interesting. It’s a shame really that legal maneuvering seems to be as much a variable with Tablets and mobile devices these days as do specs, prices, and release dates. But apparently that’s the world we live in at the moment. According to SlashGear, Samsung after making a lot of noise with its announcement of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has now pulled all references to it from its booth at the IFA conference. Supposedly this was done voluntarily on Samsung’s part, but at the moment there’s no official word of what is going on.
Like I said, this is really a shame. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 seemed to be something that captured a lot of interest at the show.
Samsung reps had previously said that there were “no plans” to bring the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Note to the U.S., but perhaps that will change now that they face another legal battle in Germany.
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