Considering that the quest to completely reset the Apple patent war can very well end in failure, Samsung is drawing up all possible contingencies.
The Korea Times
has the latest update on the matter. In order to counterattack with the greatest possible force, the corporation intends to meet with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt on Thursday (tomorrow, September 27), in Seoul, South Korea.
Involving Google makes an amount of sense, given the Android software patents disputed.
We don't know if the final showdown will involve enough overwhelming force to offset the nearly total victory
that Apple achieved. We have no doubt Samsung hopes so.
Unfortunately, the leader of Samsung's mobile division, Shin Jong-kyun, did not elaborate on what the talks will involve exactly, though he did, at least, say he would be meeting major carriers from the US as well, next week.
Overall, Apple's opening act, the attack with overwhelming force, failed to completely win the day, so the war is becoming one of attrition.