Well there's a bigger picture, here. Apple is picking a few fights with Samsung in response to how Samsung is playing their cards in other markets. I'm a teacher working in South Korea, and it shouldn't come as much of a surprise at how dirty Samsung is stealing the rug out from under Apple, here, when the market WANTS Apple - both foreign and local.
Samsung is a monster conglomerate that does pretty much everything... but it's also no secret that they, too, are guilty of bending laws and borrowing ideas (and designs) to get the jump on launching their products ahead of other more quality and tested products.
Galaxy S has nothing on the iphone (except a bigger screen, I guess). SII is strides beyond S1, so they're on the right track... but still have a ways to go. And yeah, I have a bit of a chip on my shoulder knowing how Samsung basically copied ideas to throw their phone on the market before Apple could get past the import laws reasonably, ruining Apple's commitment to the Korea (that's the way I see it. There isn't a single Apple store in this country, yet).