Samsung's 2010 document says Galaxy S would be better if it were more like the Apple iPhone
receiving events is difficult to recognize and access" on the Samsung Galaxy S. For the Apple iPhone, the engineers wrote the opposite saying that "received messages are easily recognized and accessed." The Samsung engineers also lauded the iPhone's effective and efficient use of space while criticizing the poor use of space for a large LCD on the Samsung Galaxy S. The bottom line is that the report says that S1 (the Samsung Galaxy S) would be better if it acted like an Apple iPhone and had a similar UX. This fits right in with Apple's charge that Samsung "slavishly" copied the design and feel of the Apple iPhone and Apple iPad.
Tuesday saw more expert witnesses called to the stand by Apple to prove that the similarity in design between the Samsung Galaxy S and the Apple iPhone were more than just coincidence and added up to infringement on the part of Samsung.