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HTC doesn’t pay Apple $8 per Android phone it sells

HTC doesn’t pay Apple $ 8 per Android phone it sells
News from Telegraph.co.uk:

Some reports, however, susbequently suggested that the settlement involved a payment per Android device sold of at least $ 6 from HTC to Apple.

Responding to a question about media reports that HTC will pay Apple $ 6 to $ 8 per Android phone as part of the patent settlement, Chou said the bruising battle had been poorly represented in the media.

“I think that these estimates are baseless and very, very wrong. It is a outrageous number, but I’m not going to comment anything on a specific number. I believe we have a very, very happy settlement and a good ending,” said Chou at a product launch in Tokyo.

Apple sued the Taiwanese handset maker in 2010, its first major legal salvo against a manufacturer using Google’s Android operating system. Since the suit, a patent war has engulfed competitors including Samsung and Google’s Motorola Mobility.

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