US judge rejects Samsung request to lift stay on Nexus sales

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  • Wednesday, 04 Jul 2012

A US judge has rejected a request by Samsung Electronics Co to lift a pre-trial injunction against sales of its Galaxy Nexus phone, another legal setback for the South Korean firm ahead of an upcoming court battle with Apple Inc.

Last week, US District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California, granted Apple's request to block sales of the smartphone. Samsung had asked the court to stay the injunction pending resolution of an appeal.

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