Nokia and HTC Settle Legal Disputes; Promise to Play Nice

| February 8, 2014 | 12 Replies

Nokia HTCThe Nokia vs. HTC saga has been going on for quite a while now, with Nokia going after HTC’s One, One Mini and One Max for patent infringement on some essential technologies in the devices. Most notably HTC lost a major case in Germany which would have cause them a lot of headache; however yesterday Nokia and HTC announced that they have entered into a patent and technology collaboration agreement; which involves HTC paying Nokia for usage of their LTE radio technology.

The agreement also states that Nokia and HTC will work together in the future to explore future technology collaboration opportunities, what this means exactly isn’t very clear; but perhaps Nokia are looking for a new devices and services division to put their R&D work into? (one can only hope). The full details of the agreement are confidential, but we can expect that Nokia made a pretty penny off this deal (and will probably continue to); read the full press release at the link below.





Category: Lumia, Nokia, Windows Phone

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