Samsung and Apple have always had their differences, as you might expect from two of the biggest competing smartphone companies in the world.
Samsung had appealed for a new trial, claiming it was more than the $399m it had managed to barter down to.
Apple sought the removal of the Galaxy devices, and the two behemoths have been duking it out in court ever since 2011.
It reads: "Plaintiff Apple Inc. and Defendants Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Samsung Electronics America, Inc., and Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC would like to inform the Court that they have agreed to drop and settle their remaining claims and counterclaims in this matter". It was unclear how this week's ruling would affect that settlement.
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The lawsuit started in 2011, when Apple alleged infringement of patents, trademarks, user interface and style against Samsung's then-new Nexus Android phones.
When contacted by AFP for comment, Apple referred to a statement released last month after the jury announced the damages award. "We believe deeply in the value of design, and our teams work tirelessly to create innovative products that delight our customers", Apple wrote. The court originally sided with Apple in 2012, ordering Samsung to pay more than $1 billion in damages.
Samsung's lawyers appealed the case, bringing down the compensation of $1 billion to $400 million in 2015 at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
In 2016, in a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court agreed, handing a victory to Samsung.