Apple has revised the list of devices that they consider to infringe their patents, adding another 6 Samsung phones to the list. Among these device we can find the S3 Mini and the Galaxy Note 2.

Of course, Apple’s move comes right after on from Samsung. More precisely, the Korean company sued Apple saying that their iPad Mini infringes 8 patent technologies from them. After that it seems Apple’s next move was to add these new devices to the list.

Not only that Samsung lost a trial this year that forces them to pay 1 billion dollars to the iPhone manufacturer, but now Samsung is once again target by Apple with 6 new devices infringing patents from Apple. Besides the earlier mentioned Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Mini, Apple is targeting the Jelly Bean 4.1.1 on Galaxy S3, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Samsung Rugby Pro and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi.

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The fight in the smartphone world is fierce with Samsung leading in the number of sales and with the last quarter of 2012 ending, it’s going to be a close battle at the top.

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