Well-known mobile company Nokia has filed lawsuits against Chinese mobile brand Oppo for violating its copyright.
According to the report of the news agency, the popular mobile phone information website GSM Arena has provided details regarding the dispute between Nokia and Oppo.
According to GSM Arena, Nokia Mobiles has filed lawsuits against Oppo in Europe and Asian countries under non-SEP patents.
Nokia’s alleged patent infringement includes patents for connectivity, security and interface features, with lawsuits claiming that in 2018 there was a multi-year agreement between Nokia and Oppo.
Nokia Mobiles has taken the position that Oppo Mobiles has refused to renew these agreements, after which legal action has been taken to stop the features running under these patents.
A spokesman for Nokia said: “We hope that a constructive solution to this problem will be found soon.
Oppo, on the other hand, described the move as “surprising” and said that Nokia itself had violated the terms and conditions of these patents. Oppo values its own and third-party intellectual property.
It should be noted that Nokia, the largest mobile phone maker of the past, still has a lot of patents for the use of which companies like Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, LG and Lenovo have signed agreements with Nokia.