Apple filed a $6 billion patent lawsuit against Samsung on Tuesday, claiming Samsung infringes on more than 100 of its patents.
Apple has accused Samsung of infringing on its patents to improve the design and functionality of its products, which Apple claims infringe on at least 20 patents.
Apple filed the lawsuit in federal court in San Jose, California, saying Samsung infringed on at most 15 patents.
According to Apple, Samsung has a “dramatic” patent portfolio spanning the entirety of its mobile, personal computers, tablet and mobile TV businesses.
Apple said Samsung’s Android and Apple’s iOS platforms infringe seven Apple patents, including: “A mobile display for use with a mobile phone; a mobile display that is used to provide the user with a real-time image of an object; a wearable display for providing information to the user; and a display that displays an image of a real object when a physical object is displayed.”
Apple’s lawsuit seeks damages of more than $3 billion.
The lawsuit has been pending since 2015, but was recently dismissed by the US District Court for the Southern District of California.
Apple has argued that Samsung has not been able to pay royalties to its customers for the devices.