Delhi High Court Orders to Suspend Xiaomi Sales, Hugo Barra Responds

Finally, the time has come to say farewell to Indians for the Chinese most controversial smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi as Delhi high court in response to the case filed by telecom giant Ericsson ordered to suspend all imports & sales by the company in India.


Here by, the judge directed all the customs officials to stop importing all of the Xiaomi products into India under IPR rules 2007. The local commissioners are also appointed to ensure the implementation of the order with no failure.


The reason behind the issue being taken that seriously is known to be the company ignoring the communications from Ericsson.


Ericsson have also had issues with Micromax, Gionee and Intex in the past and the patent issue with Xiaomi seems to be the one of such litigations. It is truly a knockout death blow for Xiaomi in the times of RedMi Note 4 sales in India.


We’ve seen IAF warning Indians, particularly the ones who are working in defense services not to use Xiaomi phones as they found a threat with the automatic cloud backup that connect to the servers in Beijing.


Later after a week from the warning by IAF, Symantec, the company that makes security software confirms the news tweeted by ‘the hacker news’ that the millions of the Mi accounts were hacked in China.


After getting the news about the judgment by Delhi high court, Hugo Barra,  the international VP of the Xiaomi has posted the apologies on behalf of the company to Indian fans for not being able to fulfill the orders placed for RedMi Note and RedMi 1S.




“We received about 150,000 registrations for Redmi Note on flipkart and the momentum has been terrific. However, we have been forced to suspend sales in India until further notice due to an order passed by Delhi high court.” says Hugo Barra in his status update.


“Our sincere apologies to all Indian Mi fans! Please rest assured that we’re doing all we can to revert the situation. We have greatly enjoyed our journey with you in India over the last 5 months and we firmly intend to continue it!” Hugo adds to his status update.

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