发布声明称，这是在小米(滚动资讯)满足每台设备预缴100印度卢比( 约9.7元人民币 )于法院提存的前提条件下实现的。 Sina Technology News December 16 news, regarding "the Indian court granted Xiaomi a temporary permission to allow Xiaomi to continue to export Qualcomm-based mobile phones to India", Ericsson issued a statement saying that this is the Xiaomi (rolling information) The payment of 100 Indian rupees ( approximately 9.7 yuan ) was realized on the premise of court deposit.
Previously, according to Indian media reports, the Delhi High Court of India ruled that Xiaomi infringed on Ericsson's patent and issued a ban requiring Xiaomi to stop selling and importing mobile phones in India. 处理器的小米手机可在印度正常销售。 The latest news is that before January 8, 2015, Xiaomi phones equipped with Qualcomm processors could be sold in India. This means that the court only allowed Xiaomi to sell Redmi 1S using Qualcomm processors, while Redmi Note, which was launched in India earlier this month, is still not allowed to sell, which is equipped with MediaTek processors. At present, Xiaomi has resumed the sales of Redmi 1S in India.
In this regard, Ericsson's statement stated that "there is confidence that all the defendants' claims will be rejected at the next hearing on January 8." It emphasized that Xiaomi needs to obtain Ericsson patents for all its mobile phones sold to India Authorization. (Kang Zhao)
The following is the full text of Ericsson's statement:
Indian court granted Xiaomi a temporary license today. Subject to the prepayment of 100 rupees for each device to be deposited with the court, Xiaomi can continue to import mobile phones based on Qualcomm chips into India.
This is an interim resolution before the court commences a detailed investigation. Ericsson is confident that at the next hearing scheduled for January 8, all of the defendants' claims will be rejected. Xiaomi needs to obtain Ericsson patent authorization for all its mobile phones sold to India, which will be clarified in the upcoming hearing.
In order to be able to continuously invest in research, develop new ideas, new standards and new platforms, and promote industrial development, we must seek a reasonable return for our R & D investment. We look forward to working with Xiaomi to achieve a fair and reasonable result for both parties, just as we have reached with all other authorized persons.
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