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Samsung Rejects Copying the Color of Golden iPhone 5S

Sep 29 2013, 2:21am CDT | by

Samsung hits back all the critics of copying the golden color of iPhone 5S by posting an image of its 8 phones of the similar color which have been produced since 2004.

On Friday, Samsung published a post on its blog which hits back all the allegations of copying Apple’s new golden mobile device, iPhone 5S, by releasing a golden version of its ‘star’ phone- the...

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Samsung Rejects Copying the Color of Golden iPhone 5S

Sep 29 2013, 2:21am CDT | by

Samsung Rejects Copying the Color of Golden iPhone 5S Samsung denies the fact that it copies the golden color of iPhone 5S by releasing Galaxy S4 Gold Edition

Samsung hits back all the critics of copying the golden color of iPhone 5S by posting an image of its 8 phones of the similar color which have been produced since 2004.

On Friday, Samsung published a post on its blog which hits back all the allegations of copying Apple’s new golden mobile device, iPhone 5S, by releasing a golden version of its ‘star’ phone- the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Apple Insider reports that in the blog post, Samsung  provided a list of 9 golden mobile devices, clearly stating that the company has been selling the golden phones for years and Galaxy S4 is just an addition to its stock of golden colored devices.

Samsung also gave a hint of producing the idea of the golden phone before the Cupertino company did, stating that the company launched the Galaxy S4 Gold Edition on 27th August. However, Apple’s iPhone 5S was unveiled on 10th September .

There had been a rumor surfacing throughout the internet that Apple had a plan of releasing the golden iPhone 5S before Samsung’s Galaxy S4, which would ultimately enable a debate on Samsung copying Apple’s new iPhone color with a view to competing the tech giant.

Samsung didn’t take any time to risk its reputation which got hit by the 2012 patent suit verdict and publish a blog post to clarify the consumers.     

 

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