Meizu and Qualcomm make peace, sign a patent licensing agreement


Meizu and Qualcomm haven’t been on the best of terms this past year. This all started when Qualcomm claimed Meizu had used their patents illegally. This issue eventually grew, and had to be taken to court. Thankfully, both companies seem to have settled their issues and signed a patent licensing agreement.

We suspected this may have happened yesterday while going through the Meizu 2017 roadmap. One of the devices, the unknown Meizu M, was labelled as having the Qualcomm 626 chipset. This could only mean that the feud was over, and that the companies now have a more professional relationship.


This marks the end of another one of Meizu’s big problems in the past. Things are slowly beginning to look up for the company, and it’ll be interesting to see how they progress in the future. Tell us what you think about this in the comments section below.

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