I found this a bit weird.
Samsung started off with a lot of phones that were almost identical to the iPhone, then as the suits started to roll, they actually moved to a more original design with their latest Galaxy phones. Now, right after they lost the suit, they come out with three phones and two tablets that are all almost indistinguishable from iPhone/iPad at a moderate distance.
It's like they are doubling down on the idiocy. I hope Apple sues them all over again.
You don't think they designed those phones/tablets after they lost on court. I know Asians are in general efficient hard working people, but designing (or even "designing"), prototyping and producing phone in less than a week would be a real achievement!
Much as I can see, front of the phone is very much alike Galaxy S3 (which I didn't find that much like iPhone 4/4s), while rear is reasonably unique:
Now... I didn't really spend too much time figuring out what is Samsung found to infringe and what not, but my general understanding is, it is more about software patents (like rubber-banding etc) than about looks. If this is correct, unless they try to implement their TouchWiz instead of WP8 home screen, they should be reasonably safe - I'm pretty sure MS and Apple have GUI elements sorted between them.