Samsung has pledged to appeal the Galaxy Nexus US sales ban, reiterating its insistence that its devices do not infringe on Apple's patents.
The company attacked Apple, claiming the ban is part of the iPhone maker's ongoing attempt to use legal tricks to hamper competitors' ability to compete.
"Samsung is disappointed, as the court's ruling will restrict American consumer choice in the smartphone market," Samsung told V3.
"We are currently working closely with Google to resolve this matter, as the patent in question concerns Google's unified search function."
Samsung also indicated it was considering mounting a countersuit against Apple.
"Concurrently, Samsung will continue to take all available measures, including legal action, to ensure the Galaxy Nexus remains available to consumers," said a Samsung spokesman.
The news comes days after Apple was awarded a sales ban, blocking the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
The pre-trial injunction was granted to Apple late Friday by a San Francisco court, after the iPhone maker accused the Galaxy Nexus of infringing on four of its patents.
Apple was required to post a $95m bond designed to cover possible losses by Samsung should Apple's claim be overturned, in order for the injunction to take effect.
Prior to its Galaxy Nexus victory, the company had secured a similar block banning US sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
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