Samsung accused of stealing wireless charging technology for smartphones Galaxy
Samsung will soon appear before court to explain his version of what happened a few years ago. The plaintiff is the company NuCurrent, which is developing systems for wireless charging.
NuCurrent claims that in 2015 the company’s representatives met with the managers of Samsung, inviting them to use the appropriate technology in smartphones and tablets. Previously signed an agreement not to disclose confidential information, after which Samsung received two samples and access documentation.
Within a few months after Samsung confirmed its consent to the use of NuCurrent technology in its smartphones and tablets, continued fruitful cooperation. However, at some point, Samsung refused to sign a formal agreement.
NuCurrent accuses Samsung that illegally uses its technology in a variety of products, including the Galaxy S7 and S8, intending to achieve a ban on their sale and also get compensation.