FORTUNE -- Apple wanted $380 million. Samsung said it owed no more than $52 million. On Thursday, after a six day trial and a couple days of deliberation, a jury awarded Apple (AAPL) $290 million -- about 75% of what it asked for.
So ends the partial retrial of Apple v. Samsung, the patent infringement trial that resulted in August 2012 with a record $1.05 billion judgment against Samsung.
That figure has since been through several iterations. In March, the judge in the case vacated damages on 14 products -- representing $450 million of the total award -- because of errors made in the jury form. She ordered a new trial on that portion of the $1.05 billion.
In April, when Apple pointed out that the judge had also made an error, she backtracked a bit. The new trial -- the one that just wrapped up -- would determine damages on 13 products, representing $400 million of the original award.
According to AllThingsD's Ina Fried -- who cited courtroom sources -- Samsung now owes Apple a total of $929.83 million. That jibes with an estimate FOSS Patents' Florian Mueller made in an FAQ filed at the start of the retrial.
A second patent trial, covering some of the products Samsung has introduced in the two and a half years since Apple filed its original suit -- including the Galaxy S3 (but not the S4) -- is scheduled to begin in March 2014.
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