While HTC and Nokia do have a licensing agreement that covers standard-essential patents, the patent at issue was deemed not to be a SEP. The patent helps new devices run over networks using older technologies. You might remember that Nokia told HTC that it should have a New Year's resolution to "compete fairly".
Because HTC is appealing these decisions, injunctions that have been ordered by the court have been stayed pending the result of the appeals. This gives HTC time to design a workaround, or even make a deal with Nokia to cover non-SEP patents. Nokia has issued a statement, which you can read below.
This judgment enables Nokia to enforce an injunction against the import and sale of all infringing HTC products in Germany, as well as to obtain damages for past infringement. This is the fourth patent found infringed with injunction awarded in Germany.
Nokia began its actions against HTC in 2012, with the aim of ending HTC's unauthorised use of Nokia's proprietary innovations and has asserted more than 50 patents against HTC. Since then, Nokia believes it has demonstrated beyond doubt the extent to which HTC has been free riding on Nokia technologies, with HTC found to infringe several Nokia patents in venues including the Regional Courts in Mannheim and Munich, Germany, the UK High Court, the Tokyo District Court in Japan and the US International Trade Commission."-Nokia