Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has filed suit against Samsung, accusing the Korean tech giant of patent infringement. Specifically, Huawei alleges that Samsung has infringed on some of its patents related to 4G technology, software and more.
Huawei has filed lawsuits in the United States and China seeking compensation for what it said was unlicensed use of fourth-generation (4G) cellular communications technology, operating systems and user interface software in Samsung phones.
Samsung is no stranger to patent suits, having been embroiled in a rather long and drawn out high-profile dispute with Apple since 2011 that resulted in a number of lawsuits exchanged between the two. In light of that, it will definitely be interesting to see how Huawei's case plays out.
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