Tuesday, 16 December 2014

An Indian court on Tuesday temporarily allowed Xiaomi Inc to sell some of its devices in the country, about a week after it had asked the Chinese company to suspend sales in the world's third largest smartphone market.
Three models of China's Xiaomi Mi phones are pictured during their launch in New Delhi July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
Xiaomi had been asked to suspend selling its smartphones in a case related to patent infringements that telecom equipment maker Ericsson had filed against the Chinese company.
On Tuesday, the court gave Xiaomi permission to continue importing phones which have Qualcomm chipsets in them until Jan. 8, provided Xiaomi deposited 100 rupees ($1.5712) for every device sold, Ericsson said.
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