This is one of the most ignorant, reactive comments I've seen for a while. Don't you understand that Nokia's position here isn't against a single company choosing to sell a product at a certain price? The issue here is a much larger scale issue where larger market share companies conspire together to fix a price above what it should be due to competition (not saying it's false or true). That is essentially the same thing as a monopoly, but with several companies forming a cartel that controls prices rather than one monolithic company. Also, if Nokia does prove that this kind of practice has been going on, it will be very good for you, the consumer, because it means Nokia can offer lower, more competitive prices. Being the largest mobile company, that means more competition all around in the mobile market and lower prices for all of us. Nokia's not just jumping on Samsung because they are choosing to sell only their product at a certain price.I find it funny how you can run off to sue someone over the prices they CHOOSE to sell somethign or not.. Nokia I tend to like your products ( ofc Samsung is always the top for LCD TVs in my book ) but now ill have to show you th e finger due to the fact im really negative to this privilage you think you got and react in that manner. Cause as much as you dont like higher prices you also like lower prices and Idont like knowing that prices are capable to climb down dramatically and make ppl lives easier when they go shopping cause you think you an choose the market's lvls and profits. Make your product, put the price. If you are worth it ill buy it.