Oppo Appeals to Supreme Court Over High Court Order to Pay Nokia 23% of Its India Sales

  • Oppo has appealed to the Supreme Court against a High Court order to pay 23% of its India sales to Nokia for alleged patent infringement.
  • The case involves Oppo’s disputed use of Nokia’s standard essential patents (SEPs) related to 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G technology.
  • Nokia claims Oppo sold an estimated 77 million devices without paying royalties after their license agreement expiration, while Oppo argues the order gives Nokia ‘undue advantage’.
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