A California Court found Samsung guilty of patent infringement against Apple in 2012. The copycat is now getting eerily paranoid about their future product designs. According to a new report published by Korea's Electronic Times this morning, Samsung Electronics, while in the process of developing a next-generation smartphone, has entered into a series of non-disclosure agreements (NDA) with its subcontracts. The aim is to prevent the leakage of information related to its new products amid intensifying patent competition with Apple over design and product specification. In another Electronic Times report this morning, they're reporting that financial information provider FnGuide is stating that Samsung Electronics' turnover and operating profits are expected to decrease 4.93% and 5.88% quarter on quarter to 53,240.6 billion and 8,282.9 billion won in Q1 of this year, respectively. The net profit is estimated to decline 4.58% to 6,804.7 billion won, too. Hmm, it would appear that Samsung's Galaxy SIII momentum is beginning to crash and burn.
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