Last week was a busy one for Samsung. Its flagship Galaxy S III was unveiled for five US carriers, but then, big bad Apple came along and wanted to squash Samsung’s plans. The Cupertino company filed for a preliminary injunction just a few days after Samsung announced its Galaxy S III plans. Apple’s goal was to stop the June 21st launch of the device. Samsung will not be stopped though, as judge Lucy Koh, who is overseeing the case, ruled that the two companies would have to wait. She said there was no way of getting it done before next week’s launch.
Samsung’s still not in the clear, as the case will be reviewed in July.