Chinese court sides with Oppo over Nokia patent dispute

Oppo and Nokia have been in a 5G patent dispute for over two years. The issue is about royalties and how much is the Chinese manufacturer should pay the Finnish network company, and one consequence of the disagreement was the phone maker being blocked from selling its devices in Europe.

The dispute was taken to the Chongqing First Intermediate People’s Court, asking the tribunal to set global FRAND (fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory) licensing fees. The court’s decision was recently made public, and Oppo announced it agrees with the order and is willing to pay the sum – $0.707 to…

​ Oppo and Nokia have been in a 5G patent dispute for over two years. The issue is about royalties and how much is the Chinese manufacturer should pay the Finnish network company, and one consequence of the disagreement was the phone maker being blocked from selling its devices in Europe.

The dispute was taken to the Chongqing First Intermediate People’s Court, asking the tribunal to set global FRAND (fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory) licensing fees. The court’s decision was recently made public, and Oppo announced it agrees with the order and is willing to pay the sum – $0.707 to…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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