外文标题：Xiaomi banned from selling, importing phones in India: Report
NEW DELHI: Delhi high court has put paid to Xiaomi's surging sales juggernaut in India. At least for now.
Hearing a case filed by Ericsson India against Xiaomi, the court on Monday passed an ex parte order forbidding the popular Chinese manufacturer from importing and selling its smartphones in India, according to a report by Spicy IP.
Though TOI Tech is yet to read the judgement, it has been reported that the ex parte order has injuncted Xiaomi from selling, advertising, manufacturing or importing devices that infringe the SEPs (Standard, Essential Patents) in question. It is not clear if the order will impact all Xiaomi devices sold in India or specifica devices that violate the patents.
The Follower (Unknown)
what abt those who already have the companies fone
Girish A Salaskar (Unknown)
I think its very good.
Now, other smartphone makers can breathe easy in India!!!!!
I am using Xiomi Redmi for more than 3 months without any issue.Its really a value for money.
gireesh punjot (vadodara) replies to Zhivago
you really lucky then... because most of the reviews of RedMe 1s call it as geezer or heater or iron
keerthikumar Kumar (Bangalore)
Better to ban some of China product as it will affec the local business.
renugupta renugupta (Unknown)
i dont think it would impact the XIAOMI phones sold in INDIA
SAMSUNG, LG, SONY were fooling Indians by selling overpriced mobiles,
They would have copied it from Apple or Samsung. China is good in copying and duplicating.