Just a few days ago, a tipster shared information that OPPO and OnePlus could soon leave the European market entirely. Both companies responded to it. Well, it seems like OPPO was never in trouble Notwithstanding the rumors, it appears that OPPO’s standing in Europe was never in doubt. Despite this, the business stopped selling its products in Germany last year as a result of a patent dispute with Nokia. The same is the case with OnePlus. Although the widespread rumor was quite disturbing as it extinguished all hopes.
In Germany, OPPO released a statement to the media, and Andreas Floemer tweeted about it. The operation has been suspended as a result of the present injunction in the German market, according to OPPO. The company is not leaving the country’s market. Nokia and OPPO are still in active negotiation, and we anticipate a resolution soon.
Nokia has sued OPPO and OnePlus over 5G patents. This is the reason behind this scenario. Additionally, Germany is a big market for OPPO since the headquarter of the company is based here. Well, the company has not resolved things with Nokia yet. However, it could be possible in the future. It seems like the company’s presence in other European markets is unaffected by this.
The company has ambitious goals for Europe as a whole, and these circumstances certainly provide some challenges. Astonishingly, this scenario has persisted for so long. It appears that the two corporations are just unable to come to terms.