Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been stopped from shipping or selling its smartphones in India, just a fortnight after its launch in the country, reports Mint. An interim injunction by the Delhi High Court, a copy of which is with Medianama, has restrained OnePlus from shipping any phones bearing the Cyanogen mark to India from yesterday and from marketing & selling its mobiles phones in the country. The company however has been allowed to clear its existing stock in the market. OnePlus currently offers its flagship smartphone OnePlus One through Amazon's India marketplace Amazon.in. We are currently awaiting a response from Micromax. In an emailed response to Medianama, OnePlus spokesperson said: In accordance with a judgement passed by the Delhi High Court, we will no longer be producing the OnePlus One with CyanogenMod to be sold in India. We are still fully committed to serving our users in the region and, in light of this decision, are working to find a solution that will allow us to continue operations as soon as possible. We regret the inconvenience this causes to OnePlus fans in India who have patiently waited for the opportunity to purchase the One. Micromax claims OnePlus was infringing on its exclusive rights This injunction was granted to the handset maker Micromax yesterday after it complained that OnePlus had infringed on its exclusive rights by launching OnePlus One on December 2. Micromax claims to have acquired these exclusive rights for South Asia region through an "ambient services and application distributions agreement" with Cyanogen that develops an…
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