Chinese court ordered Samsung to pay $11.6 million compensation to Huawei for patent infringements. It comes to compensation for the improperly use of 4G license in more than 20 devices, including the Galaxy S7.

The decision comes after in May Huawei filed cases in China and the US. The Korean giant did respond as well with a countersuit for IP certification violated patents.

Huawei demanded compensation for more than 30 million devices sold in 2016, which generated $12.7 billion revenue for the Korean company. Now, Samsung will have to pay the sum of $11.6 million, meanwhile five more companies will have to stop misusing the technology of Huawei.

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