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Chinese Court Finds Samsung Did Infringe Huawei's 4G Patents

Posted On: Jan 13, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

South Korea's Samsung has been found to be infringing upon two standard essential 4G LTE patents held by China's Huawei , the Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court recently ruled. The court ordered Samsung to cease its infringing activities, which mean the manufacture and sale of products that use the patented technologies, but no information about an award to Huawei or any further punitive action against Samsung beyond a comparatively nominal court fee has been announced at this time. Cases like this normally end up going to appeals no matter which side wins, which in this instance would most likely land the case in the Guangdong High People's Court. Since Huawei won the case this time, it would be up to Samsung to file an appeal, if that's going to happen. This may be less likely than it usually is in similar cases; the Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court found that Samsung stalled out both the case and associated negotiations as long as possible on purpose because it knew that it was infringing upon...

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