The jury concluded that Samsung infringed on Apple's '647 data tapping patent, which deals with saving data on your device, and then calling it up and using it later. The jury also ruled that Samsung did not infringe on the '959 patent or '414 patent. The latter deals with syncing data. The infamous '721 "slide-to-unlock" patent, was found to have been infringed on by some Samsung devices, like the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. The jury also computed the damages that Samsung owed for infringing on Apple's '172 Autocorrect patent. Judge Lucy Koh had already ruled that Samsung had infringed on that patent and the jury only was asked to decided the amount of the damages.
The jury awarded Samsung $158,400, ruling that Apple infringed on Samsung's '449 patent related to Apple's FaceTime video chat application.
Despite the ruling, this could end up being considered a victory for Samsung with the much smaller amount of the verdict. While the jurymight have accepted Apple's premise that Samsung had infringed on some of its patents, the jury clearly did not agree with Apple as to the value of the patents infringed on.