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Get 'Em While You Can: 9 Samsung Devices That Apple Wants Banned

Apple is requesting nine Samsung devices be pulled from U.S. shelves after its rival was found guilty of infringement. Here's a look at the nine gadgets that could get the ax.

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Droid Charge

Announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2011, Samsung's Droid Charge runs Android 2.2 Froyo and is offered exclusively through Verizon. It's definitely more of a consumer-focused device, with Samsung dubbing it a "portable entertainment headquarters," with instant access to the Samsung Media Hub and an expansion slot for an extra 32 GB of storage for movies, songs and games.

The Droid Charge looks different enough from the iPhone in terms of hardware design, with a slightly raised edge at the bottom of its backside. But according to the Apple-Samsung jury, it still borrows its multitouch, scrolling and tap-to-enlarge features from the iPhone.

 
 
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