OK, so the judge is both blind and stupid.
Blind because the LG Prada looks nothing like the iPhone or Samsung phones in question.
Stupid because the LG Prada came out after the iPhone - so how could it be prior art?
And the Nokia 7710?
Wow. This doesn't even remotely resemble the iPhone or Samsung phones in question. Even a blind person should be able to figure that one out. Besides, the 7710 wasn't an Android phone.
If I were Samsung, I wouldn't be celebrating this one too much. A judge with an IQ greater than room temperature would not have made such obvious blunders.
I'm afraid you'll need a judge with strong Applefanboysm syndrome before IQ.
Original iPhone was announced on announced on January 9, 2007. LG Prada was was first announced on December 12, 2006. Images of the device appeared on websites such as Engadget Mobile on December 15, 2006. Plus, there's a bit of controversy re International Forum Design; Prada won iF Award in 2007, but entries for that award had to be applied before the end of September 2006. I think LG would have strong case that design for the phone (if not working prototypes) were in existence by the September 2006. It might be truth that iPhone design and prototypes were finalised even before that, but thanks to Apple's traditional secrecy, it is a bit harder to be sure.
Re Nokia, it is true that it doesn't look like iPhone, but basic GUI has the same attributes - grid arranged icons, touch icon to start app. Same goes for Palm and WinMo PDAs.