The Galaxy S II is one of Samsung's most popular phones, hitting 20 million in sales globally in less than a year. There were five versions of the phone sold in the United States, including two made for nationwide carriers T-Mobile and AT&T (Fortune 500). Adding up the penalty Samsung had to pay for each unique version means that Apple is set to receive more than $256 million for Samsung's infringement. ,
The Galaxy S II, which hit stores in April 2011, was found to mimic the front of the iPhone, but the jury found that it did not violate an Apple design patent for the back of the iPhone, as Apple had claimed.
The trial revealed a number of amazing ideas the secretive Cupertino company has considered.
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