Messenger suffered a claim of 20 million yuan

Recently, the media reported that on September 23, Huawei sued Shenzhen Propaganda Holdings Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Propaganda Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Taihengnuo Technology Co., Ltd., Huizhou Everton Technology Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Zhixun Technology Co., Ltd., Chongqing Propaganda Technology Co., Ltd. for copyright ownership and infringement disputes. The case has been filed.
On September 29th, the staff of the secretarial Office of Huawei Holdings confirmed that Huawei had indeed been sued for alleged infringement of copyright by Huawei. Huawei’s claim amounted to $20 million. “We have seen media reports that the case has been filed, but we have not yet received the official documents of the court.”
It is reported that the main reason for Huawei’s lawsuit is that Huawei’s screen is used in the boot-up pictures of some models.
In 2017, the company’s sales amounted to 20 billion yuan, with 129 million mobile phones exported, ranking first in the country, and its market share in Africa reached 45.9%. Microphone Holdings will be officially launched on Sept. 30. The above-mentioned staff said that it is normal for the company to face lawsuits and will not affect the listing of Microphone Holdings on Sept. 30.
The company’s prospectus shows that it and its subsidiaries have obtained 630 patents owned by the State Intellectual Property Office in China, including 97 invention patents, 385 utility model patents and 148 design patents. Up to now, Huawei has 100,000 patents, OPPO has more than 38000 + patents worldwide and more than 12,000 + patents have been authorized. Vivo also has 10,000 + patents.
Huawei officials have not yet responded to the lawsuit.