Nokia, for its part, claims to continue to use the technology without an OPPO-related license agreement, which infringes its rights and will have to respond to it. The company has initiated legal action against the Chinese company in four countries: Germany, France, the United Kingdom and India.
for many years Nokia It sues with various successes against various companies around the world: in some places it succeeds, in others it does not. That company was able to hit the jackpot Lenovo And Daimler (owner of the Mercedes-Benz brand), who had to pay additional compensation for the breach Patents. They also reached the conclusion of licensing agreements for the right to use technologies that are intellectual property Nokia.
Until recently, everything was fine in the relationship between a Oppo eaNokia, And the Chinese company continued to provide compensation for the use of patents by Finnish companies. But for some reason, The OPPO Refused to renew the license agreement signed in 2018, which Is allowed Use of multiple patents. We do not know the reason behind this position of the Chinese company.
A NokiaIn turn, OPPO says it continues to use it Technology Without a relevant license agreement, this infringes on your rights, to which you must respond. The company has initiated legal action against the Chinese company in four countries: Germany, France, the United Kingdom and India.
The Finnish company says it is negotiating OPPO To renew license agreements, but unfortunately this denied their “fair and reasonable concessions”. The case is a serious and compelling one because the Chinese have refused to settle the dispute amicably. ‘
A HMT Global, Which manufactures smartphones under the brand Nokia, Has a more complex relationship with primary products. After release Nokia 9 Pure Vision It did not attract users and there were rumors about the release Nokia 9.1, 9.2 and 9.3; But we did not find any of these devices. However, in a few months, everything seems to change. The new flagship launch is expected to take place on November 11, according to HMT’s China Product Manager.
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