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Nokia phones are no longer available in some European markets

BingMag.com <b>Nokia</b> <b>phones</b> are no <b>longer</b> <b>available</b> in <b>some</b> <b>European</b> markets

It seems that HMD Global has banned the sale of Nokia phones in some European markets such as Germany and Switzerland.

It seems to be almost Not all Nokia phones are available for sale in many other European markets. These countries are also key and very important markets for the sale of mobile phones, and it is not clear how Nokia and HMD, which are actually developing companies, want to deal with this problem. Currently, the company's handsets are not sold in France, Spain, Italy and even in the country where Nokia operates, Finland. Of course, the interesting thing is that in the UK, there is no Nokia embargo and users can still buy the company's products.

But the question is, why did this happen at all? VoiceAgeEVS LLC appears to have sued HMD Global over Nokia's use of the company's Enhanced Voice Services. This voice standard is often used with VoLTE when making calls over a mobile Internet (LTE) network, and HMD apparently used it on Nokia phones without any permission from the service provider.

Neither HMD Global nor Nokia has yet issued a statement or comment regarding the complaint or the fact that their handsets are no longer available in the European markets mentioned above. So we have no idea how long this lack of access is going to last. The only thing we have from Nokia is an explanation the company told a German news agency: HMD is accused of a number of lawsuits filed by VoiceAgeEVS LLC in various jurisdictions, including Germany. We are dissatisfied with the completion of the VoiceAge law enforcement process in Germany in December and have lodged a complaint. At the same time, we have to say that none of our products sold in Germany support EVS service.

HMD seems to have something to say, too. Now we have to see what happens and what will be the fate of Nokia in the end.


Source: AndroidAuthority <// a>

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