A court specialising in intellectual property (IP) here has dismissed an appeal from South Korean giant Samsung that sought invalidation of China-based Huawei Technologies' patent rights on smartphones.
The previous court "had dismissed Samsung's requests on the grounds of they lacked a factual and legal basis," according to a report by China Intellectual Property News -- a newspaper supervised by the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO).
"Huawei has already received the verdict. Huawei believes that the resection and protection on each other's intellectual property rights can make returns on the research and development (R&D) investments, and promote the industry innovation and healthy and sustainable development of the industry," the company said in a statement.
"The court rulings have not yet impacted Samsung's Chinese sales as its latest flagship models Galaxy S9 series, and other C series and W series products, are still sold through retail shops and online stores in China," the report added.
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