Lenovo's Motorola Mobility said a U.S. jury ordered the company to pay $10.2 million in damages for using Fujifilm 's patented technology in its phones.
Fujifilm sued Motorola in 2012, accusing the company of infringing three of its patents on digital camera functions and a fourth patent relating to transmitting data over a wireless connection such as Bluetooth.
The damages the jury ordered on Monday were lesser than the $40 million Fujifilm sought while going into the trial.
The jury in San Francisco said Motorola proved that three of the four disputed patents.
Motorola was pleased with the outcome and is evaluating its options on the one patent on which the company did not prevail.