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Samsung Admire

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Samsung Galaxy S II

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Samsung Stratosphere

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Apple iPhone 4S

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Apple iPod Touch fourth-generation

Apple accused the Samsung Admire, which was released in August of 2011, of infringing patents '647, '959, '414, '721, and '172.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172, '647, and '721.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first Android smartphone to use Android Ice Cream Sandwich, came out in late 2011. Apple accused the device of infringing patent Nos. '647, '959, '414, '721, and '172.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172, '647, and '721.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung released its first phablet, the Galaxy Note, in early 2012. Apple said the device infringes patent Nos. '647, '959, '414, and '172.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172 and '647.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung released its second Galaxy Note phablet in October 2012. Apple said it infringes patent Nos. '647, '959, and '414.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172 and '647.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung released its Galaxy S II smartphone in late 2011. The device had different names at some carriers. Apple accused three versions -- the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, and Galaxy S II Skyrocket -- of infringing patent Nos. '647, '959, '414, '721, and '172.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172 and '647.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung introduced the Galaxy S3, one of the company's best-selling devices, in mid-2012. Apple accused the device of infringing patent Nos. '647, '959, and '414.

Verdict: Found to violate patent '647.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung released its 10.1-inch tablet in mid-2012. Apple said the device infringes patent Nos. '647, '959, and '414.

Verdict: Found to violate '647.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Samsung released the Stratosphere in late 2011. Apple said the device infringes patent Nos. '647, '959, '414, '721, and '172.

Verdict: Found to violate patents '172, '647, and '721.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Apple introduced the iPhone 4 in 2010. Samsung said the device infringes patent Nos. 239 and '449.

Verdict: Found to violate '449.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Apple's iPhone 4S came out in late 2011. Samsung accused the device of infringing patent Nos. '239 and '449.

Verdict: Found to violate '449.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Apple's iPhone with a bigger screen, the iPhone 5, came out in late 2012. Samsung accused the device of infringing patents No. '239 and '449.

Verdict: Found to violate '449.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Apple released the fifth generation of its iPod Touch in late 2012. The device was accused of infringing Samsung patent No. '449.

Verdict: Found to violate '449.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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Apple released the fourth generation of its iPod Touch in 2011. The device was accused of infringing Samsung patent No. '449.

Verdict: Found to violate '449.

Read more about the infringed devices in Apple v. Samsung 2014.

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