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Germany has banned the sale of Motorola smartphones and some Lenovo devices

Germany has banned the sale of Motorola smartphones and some Lenovo devices
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The Regional Court of Germany has decided to completely ban the sale of Lenovo devices and its subsidiary Motorola in the country. Motorola is now prohibited from selling all its phones that have a WWAN (Wireless Wide Area Network) module designed to provide mobile internet access through cellular networks. This means that practically all Moto phones, including the latest Edge 50 lineup, will not be available for purchase in Germany.

The German Motorola website has already removed any traces of smartphones and is currently selling only a few accessories. Meanwhile, the German Lenovo website states that some laptop configurations with mobile connectivity support will only be available until stocks last.

The ban on the sale of Lenovo and Motorola devices in Germany came after Lenovo was found guilty of violating patents developed by the American technology company InterDigital. In early May, InterDigital obtained a court order against Lenovo in Germany, and on May 8, the Munich court temporarily enforced the ban on the sale of the latter's devices. It is reported that Lenovo intends to appeal the court's decision, claiming that InterDigital's terms are unfair despite the ruling.

Earlier, Germany banned the sale of OPPO and OnePlus devices in the country after a patent dispute with Nokia. Later, the companies resumed operations in the country after signing an international patent licensing agreement with Nokia.

Source: androidauthority

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