On May 4th, according to a report released by Patent Result, Chinese companies have submitted more patent applications related to electric vehicle charging and battery swapping compared to competitors from any other country.
nnheim District Court in Germany ruled in favor of Nokia in a patent case against vivo. The lawsuit involved Nokia's 4G standard essential patents (SEPs), which may result in vivo products being unable to be sold in Germany.
On April 7, Xiaomi obtained a new and innovative design patent for a "mobile phone." The patent pictures show that the phone is shaped like a "pillar."
On March 24th, the patent of "Vein Identification Device and Vehicle" applied by BYD Corporation Limited Co., Ltd. was authorized today. After inquiring to the China National Intellectual Property Administration, it was learned that the utility model authorized by BYD this time is actually a vein recognition device and vehicle.
On March 17th, Xiaomi announced its patent application for "AR glasses payment methods, devices, AR glasses, media, and program products", as reported by IT Home.
Huawei and Xiaomi, two Chinese technology giants, have recently become ensnared in a patent dispute. The two companies are actively negotiating a deal on patent licensing and it is industry practice to solve the licensing problem through mediation.
A battery patent application submitted by Xiaomi was authorized on December 20. This utility battery model is equipped with liquid cooling plates on both sides of each row of cells, allowing the temperature of each row to be regulated by two large liquid cooling plates.
On December 9, Chinese telecommunications conglomerate Huawei and smartphone maker OPPO announced the signing of a global patent cross-licensing agreement covering cellular standard essential patents such as for 5G.
Huawei released a new court notice on October 26 involving a dispute over the alleged infringement of invention patent rights. The defendants include Amazon and two of its subsidiaries.
On October 18, a patent about graphical user interface applied by BYD was authorized and made public. The graphical user interface can be used to connect the steering wheel or controller with in-car games based on the vehicle system.
On September 13, Xiaomi Auto Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Chinese consumer tech firm Xiaomi, unveiled a patent entitled "Traffic Light Status Recognition Method, Device, Vehicle and Storage Medium."
According to Qichacha, a Chinese business information platform, Huawei's patent for V2X-based vehicle payment method and equipment was published on August 16. This patent can facilitate the completion of vehicle payment.
On August 2, a patent applied for by Huawei entitled "Identification Method and Identification Device for Objects of Interest to Users" was formally authorized.
Xiaomi's car production project will enter the offline stage of a "soft model" car in September, followed by field tests and a winter test cycle as scheduled.
Via Licensing announced that Xiaomi has renewed its licensing agreement for the Via Advanced Audio Coding Patent Pool, which covers the field of smartphones.
Chinese technology giant Huawei recently announced a patent license agreement with Nordic.
Xiaomi Auto Technology Co., Ltd. announced on Tuesday that it has obtained a patent on "automated driving methods, installations, electronic devices and storage media."
An Anhui subsidiary of Shanghai-based new energy vehicle firm NIO released a patent regarding a "cylindrical battery" on Tuesday. This patent is expected to solve the problem of a low utilization rate in the effective height of a battery cell.
A subsidiary of Chinese new energy vehicle firm XPeng Motors announced on Wednesday a new patent entitled "Virtual Reality-Based Scene Display System, Method and Vehicle."
According to Chinese commercial information platform Tianyancha, a patent entitled "Automatic Overtaking Mechanism, Device, Vehicle, Storage Medium and Chip" applied for Xiaomi Auto Technology Co. has recently been published.