Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Why Oppo and OnePlus can no longer sell cell phones and what does this decision have to do with Nokia

Nokia sues Oppo and OnePlus for 4G and 5G patents (REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo)
Nokia sues Oppo and OnePlus for 4G and 5G patents (REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo)

the phone oneplus You OppositionBoth brands are owned by BBK, which also has my true formCannot be sold in Germany from next 5 August due to dispute with Nokia.

The conflict begins with cross-licensing 4G Y 5G because of that use of its patents; The Finnish company sought to establish a price that Asian manufacturers considered to be high, so the dispute was taken to legal matters which led to the current situation.

The German versions of the websites, both Oppo and OnePlus, are not even allowed to display either Smartphones of its own product line, although it is still able to sell others such as headphones or accessories

Oppo, like OnePlus, continues to provide after-sales services and release operating system updates for its users following the lawsuit filed by Nokia.  (portaltic)
Oppo, like OnePlus, continues to provide after-sales services and release operating system updates for its users following the lawsuit filed by Nokia. (portaltic)

The Oppo branch in Spain issued a statement in which they assured that Nokia He made a hasty decision to involve the German justice system in the dispute. As reported, this would have happened a day after the 4G contract between the two companies expired, so they assume that the halt in sales in Germany is temporary.

It was thus decided that OPPO will continue its operations in that country by providing after-sales services and launching updates. Operating System for your users.

However, the resolution of this conflict between the companies could extend far beyond German borders. Although a small amount will be agreed to be paid for each device sold as a license, this exit should include the global market and not just Germany’s.

In a statement released to media such as The Verge, Spencer Blank, Director of Communications at OnePlus, said that the company is actively working to resolve the legal issue resulting from the lawsuit filed by Nokia.

OnePlus and Oppo hurt their operations in Germany, where they can no longer sell or promote their devices following a lawsuit filed by Nokia.
OnePlus and Oppo hurt their operations in Germany, where they can no longer sell or promote their devices following a lawsuit filed by Nokia.

Also, like Oppo, software updates and after-sales services will remain in place as this issue is only related to the sale of new devices and not the support that was distributed before the ban.

In the most extreme case, the situation between Nokia, Oppo and OnePlus could lead to the exit of both manufacturers from the German market and although these companies are optimistic about the end of this conflict, the reality is that even Nokia’s complaint has passed. I have arrived. countries like Spain, UK, Netherlands, France, Finland and Sweden,

If justice decides to rule in favor of the Finnish technology company, the operations of Oppo and OnePlus will suffer not only in Germany but also in other countries.

As a result of this incident, other companies have decided to be on the lookout for a renewal Regarding its agreements with Nokia to avoid running into similar scenarios in important markets.

Oppo and OnePlus are together XiaomiThe brands that benefited the most from the fall of Huawei in the German market collected a fair share of sales which they stopped receiving.

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