In August 2012, Apple won the initial jury verdict and was awarded $1.05 billion, but Koh ordered a retrial after deciding the jury added an extra $399 million for violation of additional trademarks that weren't included in the trial.
It all started in 2011 when Apple sued Samsung for "slavishly" copying the iPhone's design and software features.
Terms of the settlement, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, were not available.
In a filing at a district court in San Jose, California, late on Wednesday, the two tech giants notified the judge that that "they have agreed to drop and settle their remaining claims and counterclaims in this matter".
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South Korea-based Samsung declined to comment.
The news follows Apple winning a United States dollars 539 million jury award against Samsung in May in a retrial over damages stemming from their original lawsuit in federal court in San Jose, California, which ended with a USD 1.05 billion verdict against Samsung.
The U.S. company earlier claimed Samsung violated its designs, such as a "black rectangular front face with rounded corners", a "rectangular front face with rounded corners and a raised rim" and a "grid of 16 colorful icons on a black screen".
In 2015, Samsung Electronics compensated Apple with $548 million, with design infringement accounting for $390 million of the amount. It is important that we continue to protect the hard work and innovation of so many people at APPLE. Luckily it seems that neither company is interested in seeing the case through until the end, moving on to bigger, better and more innovative smartphone designs than we've seen before. Apple said that "this case has always been about more than money" and more about protecting their design which they care about deeply. Samsung overtook Apple to become the world's No. 1 smartphone maker in the third quarter of 2011 - four years after Apple came up with the world's first smartphone.