Samsung 61 smartphones will be banned for sale in Russia due to payment system infringement

Recently, according to Russian media reports, a Russian court made a supplementary judgment on the lawsuit filed by a former Swiss company, which will prohibit South Korean Samsung Electronics and its subsidiaries from supplying, selling and storing 61 Samsung smartphones in Russia, including the latest Samsung. Z Flip3 mobile phone.

   According to the company, Samsung’s Samsung Pay platform infringes on the company’s patents, so it applied to the court to prohibit the use of this feature in Russia. Prior to this, the local court had already issued a ruling requiring Samsung Electronics to stop selling smartphones in the country, but did not specify the specific model at the time. After the company appealed again, the court recently supplemented the previous judgment and announced the relevant mobile phone models in detail. At present, Samsung has filed an appeal on the first-instance judgment, and the court ruling has not yet taken effect.

  As the world’s number one mobile phone manufacturer in terms of shipments, Samsung has always been caught up in a storm of infringement in recent years. According to data from Unified Patents, Samsung Electronics is the company with the most appearances in the list of defendants in patent infringement lawsuits filed in the U.S. District Court in the first three quarters of this year. Samsung Electronics has been sued for 58 patent infringement cases since 2021, far exceeding other mobile phone manufacturers such as Apple and Google. Compared with last year, the number of lawsuits against Samsung Electronics this year has increased by 61.1% year-on-year. If you include lawsuits filed with the International Trade Commission (ITC) or the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), the number of lawsuits against Samsung Electronics is expected to increase further.
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