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Today a jury delivered a verdict in the Apple v. Samsung court battle. The jury found that 26 Samsung smartphones and tablets infringed on six Apple patents and awarded Apple $1 billion in damages. This gallery shows the Samsung phones that were found to have infringed on Apple's patents, along with the related patent number(s) and the damages by device. For an explanation of each patent, see this related post. Patents: '381, '915, D '306. Cost to Samsung? $80.8 million. Patents: '381, '915, D '305.

Cost to Samsung? $16.4 million, Patents: '381, '915, '163, D '305, Cost to Samsung? $50.7 penguin pattern iphone case million, Patents: '381, '915, '163, D '305, Cost to Samsung? $130.2 million, Patents: '677, Cost to Samsung? $100.3 million, Patents: '381, '915, '163, Cost to Samsung? $1.1 million, Patents: '381, '915, '163, D '677, D '305, Cost to Samsung? $143.5 million, Patents: '381, '163, Cost to Samsung? $0, Patents: '381, '915, D '305, Cost to Samsung? $16 million, Patents: '381, '915, '163, Cost to Samsung? $57.9 million..

Patents: '381, '915, '163, D '677, D '087, D '305. Cost to Samsung? $0. Patent: D '677, D' 305. Cost to Samsung? $22 million. Patents: '381, '915, '163, D, 0'677, D '087, D '305. Cost to Samsung? $73.3 million. Patents: '381, '915, '163, D '677. Cost to Samsung? $40.5 million. Patents: '915, '163, D '677. Cost to Samsung? $83.8 million. Patent: '381, '915, '163, D '677. Cost to Samsung? $0. Patent: D '677. Cost to Samsung? $32.3 million. Patents: '381, '915, '163. Cost to Samsung? $2 million. Patents: '381, '915, '163.

Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Thomas Pender will have to re-examine the issues with regard to the so-called "'862 patent" related to a sensor that determines how close a mobile communications device is to a user's head, "The Commission remands the investigation to the ALJ to consider penguin pattern iphone case the issues of infringement, validity, and the domestic industry requirement for the '862 patent," the ITC order says, (PDF), The reconsideration by the judge could take a year or more and the second initial determination would be subject to review by the ITC, according to the Foss Patents blog..

Apple and Google representatives did not immediately respond to an e-mail seeking comment on the ITC ruling. A Motorola representative released this statement: "Motorola was one of the earliest mobile phone innovators, and much of Apple's success builds on our foundational work. We're considering our options as we continue to push for patent peace."Motorola filed a complaint against Apple with the ITC in October 2010 and then sued Apple in federal court. Apple has filed counterclaims in the ITC proceeding and countersuits.