The smartphone market has become one of the most competitive playing fields consumer product goods (CPG) providers are up against today. With the high demand and influence that mobile devices claim in the market, it’s more important than ever for mobile manufacturers to maintain their competitive edge.
Take Nokia for example, a brand that practically started the mobile revolution when mobile phones first hit the market. The company has since had to fight to stay relevant in the arena while giants like Apple and Samsung claiming ownership of the majority of the market. So when Nokia learned that HTC was violating one of its patents, the company didn’t hesitate to take them to court.