Nokia responds to last week's stay of injunction against the HTC One mini in the U.K.

Nokia responds to last week's stay of injunction against the HTC One mini in the U.K.
Last week, we told you that HTC had received a stay of injunction in a U.K. Appeals Court, reversing a sales ban on the HTC One mini in the country. The HTC One mini and the HTC One had both been found to have infringed on a patent that belonged to Nokia and was used in a component employed by the Taiwan manufacturer in both phones.

In a statement, Nokia said that the same patent will be featured in upcoming patent trials against HTC in Dusseldorf, Germany next month and will also be the subject of trials in Paris, France and Rome, Italy. And Nokia is on its second go around with the same patent at the ITC in the U.S. Meanwhile, on Friday an important ruling in a Nokia v. HTC patent trial in Munich I Regional Court should be announced. Not that the comment will have much influence in court, European Commission Vice President JoaquĆ­n Almunia has accused Nokia of patent trolling after selling the Devices and Services division to Microsoft.

Like the Samsung and Apple patent suits in the U.S. and all of the retrials and appeals that are keeping lawyers well fed, the Nokia and HTC battle seems destined to populate a number of courts in Europe, spreading from country to country. Eventually, either Nokia or HTC will have no more appeals left. By then, HTC will have been done with the HTC One and the HTC One mini and you can be pretty sure that the infringing component isn't anywhere near the HTC One 2.

source: FOSSPatents via WMPoweruser

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5. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

DEAR NOKIA STOP TROLLING stop being M$ lil payroll. and get back to business stop messing around with the consumer. You don't have the right to tell the consumer what not to buy. just because you're afraid of competition

7. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

actually its telling the company what they can sell. I would only imagine how hurt you would be if someone took your username every single time you tried to login... Meh in the end its clear you don't understand patents.

10. designerfx

Posts: 76; Member since: Mar 26, 2013

If you can't understand that Nokia is patent trolling AND has been warned by the EU to not do so, you are either completely lost or intentionally willing to misrepresent false statements as truth. See

12. microsoftnokiawin

Posts: 1268; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

quote "but warned that 'if Nokia were to take illegal advantage of its patents in the future," from your website there's nothing illegal about this !

4. itsdeepak4u2000

Posts: 3718; Member since: Nov 03, 2012

Huh.. Now everybody is fighting.

3. dratomic

Posts: 483; Member since: Oct 09, 2013

htc one 2 is a stupid name. htc two sounds better.

2. FiddyPence

Posts: 21; Member since: Aug 08, 2012

Nokia really are the biggest trolls, buthurt over the Windows Phone 8x. That almost upstaged the 920.

8. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

Have the 8x here, should have went with nokia at least the 925 has an equalizer for headsets etc.

11. Snoobab

Posts: 175; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

I've used both the 920 and the 8x, the latter can't touch the Lumia. Trust me.

1. microsoftnokiawin

Posts: 1268; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

just saying patent trolling is when you complain about curved corners ! commence your complaining !!

6. Ashoaib

Posts: 3309; Member since: Nov 15, 2013

Come on nokia dont be a copy cat, dont behave like apple

9. designerfx

Posts: 76; Member since: Mar 26, 2013

Huh? Biggest mistake here is relying on fosspatents, a site paid for by nokia/microsoft who obviously is not going to post favorably about android. Then again, phandroid doesn't fact check and neither does it's authors, clearly.

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