- The company claims the new tablet violates 40 of its patents
- All are related to wireless WiFi device
- Nokia said that neither Google nor Asus have permission to use their licenses
The Finnish company Nokia has claimed that the new tablet Google, Nexus 7 , presented at last week’s developer conference search giant, infringes several of its patents .
All of them are related to wireless WiFi (IEEE 802.11) and by the multinational, neither Google nor Asus (manufacturer of the device) have paid to use their licenses.
The patent war continues on his way . The lawsuits between companies for patent infringement on mobile devices, whether mobile or tablets, is one of the most popular sections of the industry.
Although Apple and Samsung have become the main actors of these “legal battles” between companies, different companies analyze their competitors devices to ensure they are completely ‘original’.
On this occasion, as published by The Inquirer , Nokia says the new Nexus 7 violates 40 of its patents . In addition, a company spokesman explained that the company has more than 40 licenses in its customer base to which some manufacturers have access, but neither Google nor Asus part of it.
“None of the two companies are registered to use our patents; simply must come to us and register for a license,” note from the inflandesa.
The long awaited Google tablet was presented last week at the developer conference of the company. This is a 7-inch device with a resolution of 1280×800 screen technology and Corning Glass , which promises a high resistance against shocks and scratches.
Its processor is a quad-core Tegra 3 accompanied by 1GB of Ram. will go on sale for about 160 euros , will be available in two versions -8 and 16 GB of storage, and will feature GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi.