The Samsung products involved in rethink of damages

Some damages in the Apple-Samsung trial need to be recalculated, Judge Lucy Koh said Friday, as she slashed $450.5 million off the more than $1 billion initial patent infringement judgment and ordered a new trial devoted to determining a new final figure. The jury blundered when determining damages linked to some Samsung products, she said. Here's a look at them. Above, the Samsung Transform.
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Samsung Nexus S 4G

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Samsung Galaxy Tab

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Samsung Exhibit 4G

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Samsung Replenish

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Samsung Epic 4G

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Samsung Droid Charge

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Samsung Continuum

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Samsung Captivate

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Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T)

The Samsung Galaxy S II.
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Samsung Infuse 4G

The Infuse 4G.
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Samsung Galaxy Indulge

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Samsung Gem

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Samsung Galaxy Prevail

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