Samsung ATIV Q may be canceled due to Patent Issues

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August 25, 2013
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Samsung ATIV

Samsung ATIV

Cutting out all what is not needed , the ATIV Q was supposed to run both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2 at the same time without the need to reboot the device which is completely exclusive and never done before. As per source , according to the Korean press, the reason why we haven’t heard anything new about the ATIV Q is that the manufacturer has run into some serious patent issues related to the dual OS (Windows 8 / Android 4.2) system.

Samsung Ativ Q

Samsung Ativ Q

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