Indian court ordered Xiaomi Technology to immediately stop its sales of products in India. The step is taken because the company violated copyrights regulation of India
due to the violation of copyrights regulations.
The Chinese firm sells its products with the help of an online retailer known as Flipkart.com. in India.
The High Court of Delhi sent legal orders to both Xiaomi and Flipkart to postpone its sales of cell phones till the month of February 2015.
Sony Ericsson has filed the lawsuit against the Chinese Smartphone maker company. The Swedish firm claimed that Xiaomi breached some of the patents of the company. Hence, the court banned the import, sell and assembling of the Xiaomi’s products.
Moreover, the court also informed India’s customs authorities to avert the import of the Xiaomi’s smartphone in India.
A few months ago, the Chinese brand Xiaomi launched its first cell phone in India. It is ranked as the world’s third largest smartphone company. Shortly after the release of its first phone in India, Xiaomi got hold of 1.5 percent of Indian smartphone industry. The rapid increase in the sales of Xiamoi’s smartphone left a positive impact on its share market as well. The shares of the Chinese company ascended to a large extent.
As per the recent reports of Consultancy Counterpoint Research, India became the second largest market of Xiaomi after China.
Additionally, Xiaomi assigned another name especially for its Indian customers “Mi India”. The company also intended to arrange a new R&D facility in India.