Chinese company Xiaomi is quite popular in India, which can also be gauged from Xiaomi’s market share in the Indian smartphone market. However, Xiaomi faces a major charge of patent infringement. The charge has been leveled by electronic company Philips. Due to this, Phillips has approached the Delhi High Court in this regard. Phillips has filed in the court that Xiaomi is infringing on his patent. Philips has demanded a ban on the sale of all Xiaomi smartphones in India that have violated Philips’ patents.
This whole case
According to the report, Xiaomi has infringed on Philips’ UMTS Invention (HSPA, HSPA +) patent, which led Philips to ban the sale, assembly, sale and import (import) of some of Xiaomi’s smartphones through the Delhi High Court. Has appealed to Read also: 33 lakh fake Xiaomi products have been caught in the country, you have not even been a victim of deception
Xiaomi and Philips to keep Rs 1,000 crore in bank
Explain that the Delhi High Court has also ordered Xiaomi and Phillips to keep a balance of Rs 1,000 crore in their Indian bank account. Xiaomi has not yet officially made a statement on the matter. In an order passed on 27 November, the Delhi High Court stated this. Read also: Find out which Xiaomi product is original and which is Fake, these 6 points will save you from fraud
Next hearing will be held on 18 January 2021
The court has given Xiaomi four weeks to file a reply. It has also set a date for next hearing on the case on January 18, 2021.