We have mentioned HTC’s current situation quite a few times, but thanks to their new flagship the HTC One, the manufacturer finally had a ray of hope. But it seems that too is going out the window, as they are locking horns with Nokia this time in a legal battle over use of Nokia’s proprietary microphone technology and if that wasn’t bad enough, Nokia claims that this technology is being used in HTC’s new flagship the HTC One. This specific type of microphone is developed by STMicroelectronics and is used exclusively in Nokia devices, which means that HTC did not have any right to use this technology in their upcoming flagship the HTC One. However it is still possible that STMicroelectronics made an unknown deal with HTC about the microphone technology, which would turn the tables on Nokia, but for now Nokia seems to have the upper hand. Nokia has already been granted an injunction by the Dutch court over the use of the patented technology , which basically means that HTC won’t be able to ship their new flagship device in Netherlands unless they acquire rights for this microphone technology or replace it with another technology. However this only applies in Netherlands, other regions should still be able to get the HTC One.
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