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Nokia lawsuit forces Oppo and OnePlus out of the German market

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Nokia lawsuit forces Oppo and OnePlus out of the German market

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Nokia and Oppo fight over patent renewal fees, just like in a TV carriage dispute.

For now, ceasing infringement means shutting down sales in Germany.

This is Nokia Corporation, the cellular infrastructure company, not HMD, which licenses the "Nokia" brand for smartphones.


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Author / Journalist: Ron Amadeo

Category: Technology

Topics: Store Oppo Nokia Germany Patent Phone Site German Renewal Sales Oneplus

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Sentiment: Neutral

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: arstechnica.com

Readership Location: United States

Published Date: 2022-08-09, 17:41:07

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 279 words

Reading Duration: 2 minutes read

Compatibility: Desktop Web, Mobile Web, iOS App, Android App

News ID: 1515489

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