Apple Filed Misleading Evidence Against Samsung...AgainCasey Chan8/19/11 12:51pmFiled to: Patent warAppleSamsungCourtsLawsuitsevidenceMisleadingevidenceSamsunggalaxysDutchNetherlandsPatentsLawSuitsApplevssamsungApplemisleadingevidenceAppleflawedevidence1601EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Just like they tweaked their evidence against Samsung with the Galaxy Tab, it looks like Apple has flubbed evidence regarding the Samsung Galaxy S too. They shrunk the image of the Samsung phone to look like the size of an iPhone, even though it's not. Officially, the Samsung Galaxy S is 122.4 by 64.2 millimeters while the iPhone 3G (the phone Apple says Samsung copied) is 115.5 by 62.1 millimeters, though Apple acknowledges in the writing that the Galaxy S has larger dimensions, the picture above is altered to make them look the same size. That misleading picture is the one the District Court of The Hague in the Netherlands will be looking at to make their judgement regarding Apple vs Samsung, Dutch edition. Advertisement Advertisement This flawed evidence, discovered by Webwereld.nl, corroborates with the claim of a Samsung lawyer who told the Dutch court that Apple has been "manipulating visual evidence, making Samsung's devices appear more similar to Apple's." Definitely something fishy. [Webwereld.nl via PC World] You can keep up with Casey Chan, the author of this post, on Twitter or Facebook.