Update: Nokia reached us regarding the post below and kindly asked us to insert their statement. It clearly shows that Nokia is willing to settle the case with Oppo kindly suggesting that the best way would be for Oppo to renew the license on fair terms.
“Two German Courts have ruled that OPPO is using Nokia’s patented technologies in its smartphones and is selling them illegally without a license. Nokia has also been found to have acted fairly. The easiest way for OPPO to resolve this matter is to renew its license on fair terms.”
Nokia is involved in a series of legal proceedings against Oppo in Germany and other European countries regarding patent infringement. After selling the Devices and service business to Microsoft in 2013, Nokia doubled down on monetising its patent portfolio and had the leverage of not being in the smartphone market, which made counter-suing Nokia hard for smartphone makers.