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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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Galaxy Prevail

Offered by Boost Mobile since its launch in April 5, 2011, the Galaxy Prevail starts around $80 and runs Android Gingerbread. Its specs are fairly low-end compared to the Galaxy S II and Samsung's most recent Galaxy smartphone, the S III, which appears, by the way, to be off the hook and safe from a ban.

Like the Droid Charge, the Galaxy Prevail was said by the jury to be unique enough from the iPhone in terms of its outward design, but its touch and scrolling features didn't quite make the grade.

 
 
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