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This article was published on December 16, 2014

Xiaomi is resuming sales in India following a new court order in Ericsson dispute

Xiaomi is resuming sales in India following a new court order in Ericsson dispute
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After being forced to stop its sales operations in India due patent disputes with Ericsson, Xiaomi has now resumed selling its phones in the country.

Xiaomi Vice President Hugo Barra made the announcement through his Facebook page. A new ruling by the Delhi High Court allows Xiaomi to resume sales under unspecified terms.

Barra notes the Redmi 1S begins sales again next week, and the company’s Redmi Note will also start selling soon, with a 4G model now in tow.

➤ Hugo Barra [Facebook]