SAN FRANCISCO — If the verdict Apple obtained Friday against Samsung in their smartphone and tablet trial isn’t chopped down in post-trial motions or on appeal, it will stand as the largest patent verdict in history.

But the big question on the mind of a couple of patent experts who’ve been following the case is whether U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh will issue a permanent injunction against Samsung, and if so how severe it will be.

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