According to the phone manufacturer Nokia recently announced Nexus 7 tablet violated some Google WiFi patents the company holds. The Finnish company says that Google and manufacturer Asus license the patents should take.
According to a statement from the Nokia website The Inquirer has given. It would involve patents that are part of Nokia’s ‘Essentials’ portfolio standards. According to Nokia, a total of more than 40 companies to which licenses patents, including many manufacturers of smartphones and tablets. Google and Asus, the two companies that Nexus 7 jointly developed, do not belong to that group.
It seems that Nokia is not currently intends to take legal action, in the statement the company said that Google and Asus simply license the patents used to take. When asked, said Asus did not comment on the statements of Nokia wanted to do.
It is the second time in a short time that Google is accused of patent infringement with a Nexus device. Late last week ruled that a U.S. judge Galaxy Nexus smartphone from Google and Samsung will no longer be allowed to be sold. Competitor Apple had the judge made plausible that the device infringes on four of its patents.