Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al

Filing 822

Administrative Motion to File Under Seal filed by Apple Inc.. (Attachments: #1 Proposed Order, #2 [Redacted Public Version] Apple's Reply Brief, #3 [Redacted Public Version] Olson Reply Declaration, #4 Exhibit C to [Redacted Public Version] Olson Reply Declaration, #5 Exhibit E to [Redacted Public Version] Olson Reply Declaration, #6 Exhibit G to [Redacted Public Version] Olson Reply Declaration, *** DOCUMENT LOCKED [822-7] AT FILER'S REQUEST. *** #7 Exhibit I to [Redacted Public Version] Olson Reply Declaration, #8 [Redacted Public Version] Roberts Reply Declaration, #9 [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #10 Exhibit 1 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #11 Exhibit 2 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #12 Exhibit 3 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #13 Exhibit 4 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #14 Exhibit 5 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #15 Exhibit 6 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #16 Exhibit 7 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #17 Exhibit 8 Part 1 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #18 Exhibit 8 Part 2 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #19 Exhibit 11 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #20 Exhibit 12 to [Redacted Public Version] Kim Reply Declaration, #21 Certificate/Proof of Service)(Jacobs, Michael) (Filed on 3/20/2012) Modified on 3/21/2012 (wv, COURT STAFF). Modified on 3/21/2012 (wv, COURT STAFF).

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EXHIBIT 2 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Page 1 of 7 NEWS ABOUT SAMSUNG LOGIN PRODUCTS BUSINESS APPS SUPPORT Home >Articles > MY ACCOUNT Search Like Like 401 401 Explore the Galaxy S II PREVIOUS ARTICLE Android's Class Apps for Back-to-School NEXT ARTICLE Tips & Tricks: Galaxy S II (AT&T) Explore the Galaxy S II Published: August 30, 2011 Comments (154) Print This Blazing speed. Stunning images. Limitless entertainment. The Samsung Galaxy S™ II unleashes ground-breaking smartphone technology to deliver a mobile experience like nothing that's come before. Experience the new Samsung Galaxy S II. Available at Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T (4G), AT&T (4G LTE) and U.S. Cellular. Galaxy Premium Support Register your Galaxy S II device and get access to exclusive services, including our 24/7 Galaxy S Support help line. Need help on the go? Follow the Galaxy S Social Support team @GalaxySsupport on Twitter. Shop Our Cell Phones Samsung Galaxy S™ II Skyrocket™ (Black) Android Smartphone SGH-I727 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Page 2 of 7 Samsung Galaxy S™ II, Epic™ 4G Touch (Black) Speed Redefined for Faster Browsing and Access SPH-D710 You might want to grab hold of something, because the Samsung Galaxy S II is a whole new definition of fast. Engineered for 4G networks, the Galaxy S II does it all at mach speed—uploads, downloads, surfing, streaming. The immensely powerful C210 Dual Core processor gives you the velocity of two processors acting as one, and delivers an icy-smooth multimedia experience that makes everything you do, from web browsing to intense 3D gaming to Samsung Galaxy S™ II, available at AT&T accessing your favorite apps, as seamless as it is effortless. SGH-I777 A Dazzling Display Brings Content to Life Thanks to Super AMOLED™ Plus technology, the Galaxy S II produces images Samsung Galaxy S™ II, available at TMobile (Titanium) that break all boundaries—luscious colors, impenetrable blacks and razor-sharp SGH-T989 Get ready for the brightest, most colorful screen you've ever seen on a phone.* clarity from just about any viewing angle. It's no wonder we gave the Galaxy S II a supersized screen so that you wouldn't miss a thing. Samsung Galaxy S II (U.S. Cellular) Movies and games blaze to life, e-book text is ultra-sharp, photos and videos SCH-R760 are rendered in stunning HD-like quality. The technology is so advanced that this ground-breaking display even cuts down on power usage, extending your battery charge so that you can do more, longer. Read More Tips & Tricks: Epic 4G Touch Tips & Tricks: Galaxy S II (AT&T) Personalized Customization Makes Navigation Easy Tips & Tricks: Galaxy S II (T-Mobile) Tips & Tricks: Galaxy S II Camera The Galaxy S II portfolio features an improved Samsung TouchWiz® user interface, providing superior multi-tasking, application management and customization. It also includes Live Panel, which provides a magazine-like widget view for immediate access to weather, social updates, email, news, photo gallery and more, all of which can be customized on the home screen. All of the Live Panel widgets can be positioned and re-sized to create rich, visual home screens and provide one-touch access to the information you use most. All About Android 2.3 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Touchwiz UI also includes Quick Panel, which allows instant access to commonly used device settings like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and other key device features. The TouchWiz UI notification service on the lock screen notifies you to the number of unread or new text messages and missed calls. Each Galaxy S II device features six-axis motion sensing using an accelerometer and gyroscope that support advanced touch screen gestures, including motion to zoom in on images, silence a ringing phone, and even move widgets on the menu screens. Quick Tip: Navigate email and messaging with the enhanced, split view UI. Watch the demo. Entertainment When You Want It, Where You Want It Combine lightning-fast speed with an awe-inspiring display and you get the most unlimited, immersive mobile entertainment experience around. Want Apps? Find over 250,000 of them in Google Play™, and let Samsung's customizable LivePanel put your most-used apps right where you need them. Simple Social Connections. Manage your social network with Samsung Social Hub and connect with friends more easily than ever. Access a Universe of Content. With Samsung Media Hub, you can download and immediately view premium movies and TV shows. Launch HDlike quality video and games compatible with Adobe® Flash® Technology, get customizable widgets, shoot video and wirelessly link to your PC or HDTV. Take It All with You. Thanks to expandable memory and customizable power -saving options, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy all your favorite entertainment, wherever you go. Create Your Own Entertainment. With the rear-facing 8MP 1080p camera, you not only shoot super sharp photos but videos as well. Record a funny pet video or capture a once-in-a-lifetime moment and edit it right on your phone. Once you've created your masterpiece, connect your phone to your HDTV with a cable and enjoy another level of entertainment. About Those Apps... Did we mention apps? How about preloaded apps? The Galaxy S II comes with a number of preloaded apps that are ready to go right out of the box, including (just to name a few): Page 3 of 7 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Media Hub gives you access to thousands of movies and next-day TV shows. With progressive download optimized for mobile phones, begin watching movies in seconds. Kies Air lets you wirelessly manage phone content via any web browser—including photos, music, video and contacts. You can even send text messages from your PC. Google Talk lets you video chat with all of your Google Talk contacts, whether they are on a mobile phone or a computer, and shows you when they're available to talk. Social Hub delivers all kinds of messages including Email, SNS, SMS and MMS. Stay on top of social networks with aggregate feeds that mean you never have to open the browser to post, comment, retweet and more. Photo Editor gives you the ability to apply fun effects to your photos such as motion blur, warp and composite images. With the editing tools, you can rotate, crop, flip, adjust contrast, sharpness and saturation. Voice Talk allows users to give voice commands, including voice dial, text message, navigation, music, Web browsing and search. When docked into the car dock, the Galaxy S II automatically defaults into Voice Talk mode. Watch the demo. The Android Experience Need more? How about an advanced experience via the Android 2.3.4, Gingerbread platform? Or improved battery life and support for new technologies with a more intuitive user interface? Plus, enjoy a redesigned virtual keyboard, Swype™ dictionary suggestions, expanded cut-and-paste functionality, and full integration with Google Mobile™ services like Gmail™, Google Talk™, Google Maps™ and voice-activated navigation. Page 4 of 7 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Watch the Galaxy S II Launch Event Connect with us for the latest Galaxy S II news and updates: *Based on a blind test administered by Strategy Analytics. Screen images simulated. Appearance of device may vary. Some features may not be available in all areas. "4G" used in conjunction with a Samsung product refers to it operating with the identified carrier's applicable 4G network. Android, Google Play, Google, Google Mobile, Gmail, Google Talk and Google Maps are trademarks of Google, Inc. Adobe and Flash are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Other company and product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Weekly Are you a Samsung fan? Page 5 of 7 Explore the Galaxy S II | Samsung Articles & Insights Page 6 of 7 Join now! or Sign In What's this? We'd Love To Hear From You. Write a comment I agree that this phone is amazing! However, why has the EL29 update caused the wallpaper screen to be restricted? It makes no sense, it was so nice to watch the wallpaper pan with the screen, and the live wallpapers especially. Can there be a fix to put it back the way it was? Please! ribrito March 14, 2012 im so hoping to have this phone, my classmate has it already. bhezf March 6, 2012 I want to upgrade to the Galaxy S II 4G phone. My carrier is AT&T. I looked at my friends new S II phone (he is with Sprint) and the display/pictures seem to be a lot bigger on his phone. 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