A new patent cross-license agreement was signed between HONOR and Nokia in an effort to pursue discoveries in 5G and other cellular technologies.
HONOR has recently released the HONOR X9b 5G, an Ultra-Tough smartphone that shadows the legacy of the Nokia 3310. With this, HONOR takes pride in blending affordability and quality while providing solutions to issues that people encounter on a daily basis.
Nokia Chief Licensing Officer Mobile Devices Susanna Martikainen said, “We are delighted to have concluded an amicable patent cross-license agreement with HONOR, one of the leading players in the Chinese smartphone market. It is the fourth major litigation-free smartphone agreement that Nokia has concluded over the past twelve months and highlights once again the strength of Nokia’s patent portfolio and decades-long contributions to cellular standards and other technologies.”
HONOR Head of Global Intellectual Property, Wenyu Zhou, added, “As both 5G SEP holder and implementor, HONOR highly respects IP rights and strongly believes that reasonable value of IP is important to the development of mobile industry. The conclusion of the patent cross-license agreement shows HONOR’s commitment on innovation to enabling a smart life across all scenarios and all channels, for all people.”
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