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Nokia Wins Patent Ruling Against HTC

A German court ruled in benignity of Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia on Tuesday, speaking few devices created by Taiwan's HTC conflicted on its power-saving patent.

The lawsuit was one of 22 infringement suits Nokia has carried against HTC in Germany, a major tract in the global patent war amongst leading makers of mobile phones, tablet computer devices and their operating software.

"Nokia is delighted with this judgment, which sustains the quality of Nokia's patent portfolio," Nokia said in an e-mailed message. The power-saving patent brings up to a technology for saving battery power while attached to a network.

HTC said its business in Germany would not be impressed by the Mannheim regional court's ruling as it features only three handsets the company no longer imports into the nation.

It said it would entreaty the decision while also continuing efforts to have the patent alleged fallacious by the German Federal Patents Court and the English Patents Court. Nokia said it has also declared the power-saving patent against HTC in the UK and at the United States International Trade Commission, with a hearing in the United States to get-go in two months.

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