It is exceptionally stunning to hear that Xiaomi will no more offer their items in India. The Delhi High Court has passed an order to stop Xiaomi products in India in the wake of listening to a case filed by Ericsson India.
Delhi High Court has ordered Chinese cell phone vendor Xiaomi and its e-business partner Flipkart to stop selling and importing gadgets in the nation till February 5, when the High court will hear Swedish manufacturer Ericsson’s patent-infringement application against the Xiaomi.
The ‘ex parte’ injunction has injucted Xiaomi from offering, importing, advertising and manufacturing the gadgets that encroach the Standard, Essential Patents being referred to. As indicated by Ericsson, the organization attempted to contact Xiaomi a few times however was constantly disregarded. But, Xiaomi India is not in affirming with this announcement.
According to the report from Spicy IP, the patents related to the Xiaomi case might likewise be the same ones those are the topics of litigation Ericsson had set up against Micromax, Intex and Gionee.
Swedish telecom organization Ericsson had likewise sued Samsung before in 2012 for the infringement of its ‘voice transmission, touch screen capacities and system proficiency’ Patent. Samsung paying out approximately $650 million as royalty to Ericsson.