A 132-page document written by Samsung engineers in 2010 directly compares the iPhone with the Galaxy S.
The document provides comments as to how the Galaxy S could be changed to more closely emulate the iPhone.
With comparison images of both smartphones and comments about the ways in which the Galaxy S could ‘remove a feeling that iPhone’s menu icons are copied’, the document could spell trouble for Samsung. However they may argue that the document shows that they are simply aware of their competition.
See the full document on engadget.
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