Just as Qualcomm has stepped up its global litigation campaign against Meizu, senior executives at the Chinese smartphone maker have accused domestic competitors of patent infringement. The claims that other Chinese vendors are infringing the company's patents seem somewhat contradictory to its stance on Qualcomm's actions and its suggestion that they represent an attack on the entirety of China's mobile industry.

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