OPPO can sell phones in Germany again

OPPO has announced the signing of a global patent cross-licensing agreement with Nokia covering standards-essential patents in 5G and other mobile communications technologies.

This agreement not only marks a significant milestone in the collaboration between both companies, but also sets out the basis for the resolution of pending disputes in various jurisdictions. The specific contractual conditions will be treated as strictly confidential by mutual agreement.

This means that Oppo, based in Guangdong (China), can sell its entire range of telephones again Germanywhich fined the Chinese company in 2022 for violating Nokia's intellectual property rights.

Feng Ying, Director of Intellectual Property at OPPO, expressed his satisfaction by stating: “We are pleased to have entered into this global cross-patent licensing agreement with Nokia, which includes the cross-licensing of patents essential to the 5G standard. This agreement reflects mutual recognition and respect for each other's intellectual property and lays the foundation for future collaborations between OPPO and Nokia. “OPPO remains committed to appropriate royalties and a long-term approach to intellectual property that supports the resolution of disputes through amicable negotiations and mutual respect for the value of all intellectual property.”

For her part, Jenni Lukander, President of Nokia Technologies, emphasized: “We are pleased to have reached a mutual licensing agreement with OPPO that reflects mutual respect for Nokia's intellectual property and investments in research and development, as well as its contribution to open standards. OPPO is one of the leading companies in the global smartphone market and we look forward to working together to bring more innovations to its users around the world. “The new deal, along with other significant smartphone deals we have completed in the past year, will provide long-term financial stability to our licensing business.”

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