Nokia has launched Oppo and OnePlus (both part of BBK Electronics) from the German market after a court ruled out two consecutive lawsuits in favor of the Finnish company, citing patent infringement.
According to a new report, Nokia is now suing Oppo in Australia for breaching Nokia’s SEP (Service Enablement Platform) covering 4G and 5G technologies. A German court stopped Oppo sales for the same reason, so we may see the same end in Australia and other markets.
Nokia is currently suing Oppo in other European and Asian countries because of a patent agreement between the two parties. Both companies expired on 2021.