Microsoft announced that LG Electronics have signed a Android patent agreement that covers LG's tablets, mobile phones and other consumer devices running the Android or Chrome OS Platform, Microsoft announced Thursday.
Microsoft's Android license patents claims Google's mobile operating system infringes on its intellectual property.
"We are pleased to have built upon our longstanding relationship with LG to reach a mutually beneficial agreement," said Horacio Gutierrez, corporate vice president and deputy general counsel, Intellectual Property Group at Microsoft.
"Together with our 10 previous agreements with Android and Chrome OS device manufacturers, including HTC, Samsung and Acer, this agreement with LG means that more than 70 percent of all Android smartphones sold in the U.S. are now receiving coverage under Microsoft's patent portfolio," said Gutierrez.
Adding, "We are proud of the continued success of our program in resolving the IP issues surrounding Android and Chrome OS," he said.
The contents of the agreement have not been disclosed.