Samsung has produced in-house art as evidence that it was considering a number of touchscreen designs in the months before Apple's big reveal. One of these became the F700.
"Samsung independently developed the allegedly copied design features months before Apple had even announced the iPhone," the company said in its brief. "It did not switch its design direction because of the iPhone."
Apple is asking for billions from Samsung, but the case is unlikely to reshape the smartphone landscape.
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