It's pretty obvious that Samsung would like to cut their liability to Apple. What's going to be interesting is whether Apple negotiates (as the judge wants them to do) before the jury comes in. I say hang 'em and let 'em twist in the wind
I wonder if someone figured out that they are lying about the sales numbers for their smartphones, just like they did with the tablets. It was awesome when the real numbers came out in court and Samsung had only sold a fraction of the tablets they claimed to have sold, lol.
DO NOT TRUST ANYTHING FROM SAMSUNG.
SAMSUNG IS A COPYCAT AND LIES ABOUT ITS SALES NUMBERS.
Here's a quote from a recent Fortune article (MUST READ):
Apple sold 5.7 million iPads in the U.S. last quarter, court docs show. Samsung sold 37,000 Tabs
Reports of Galaxy Tab sales, like Mark Twain's death, have been greatly exaggerated
FORTUNE -- In early December 2010, dozens of reporters happily repeated Samsung's claim that it had sold 1 million Galaxy Tab computers in the three and a half weeks since the tablet's November 2010 U.S. debut. Seven weeks later Samsung was telling analysts that Tab sales had passed 2 million.
It's hard to reconcile those numbers with court documents Samsung filed Thursday in a California federal court that show the company selling 262,000 Galaxy Tabs in the U.S. -- the world's largest tablet market -- in Q4 2010 and 77,000 in Q1 2011.
The discrepancy in the estimates of independent market researchers is even greater. According to an IDC press release issued just last week, Samsung sold 2,391,000 tablet computers worldwide in Q2 2012, up 117.6% from the same quarter last year. According to Samsung's court filing, it sold a total of 37,000 "accused" tablets (see UPDATE) in the U.S. last quarter, down 86% year over year.
Sentiment: Strong Buy