It is likely that Xiaomi will have problems with sales in Europe. Especially in terms of branded tablets. The EU refused to register the “Mi Pad” as a trademark. This was done at the request of Apple.
Apple saw the similarity between “Mi Pad” and “iPad”. Devices look similar and are called. The American Corporation has decided that customers will start to confuse the device. The court upheld the California giant. The case took about 3 years.
Now you can’t release Xiaomi Mi Pad within the EU. Chinese companies will have to forget about the prospective market. However, lawyers from China can find a loophole. For example, rename the “pill”.
The latest version of the device is Mi Pad 3. The debut of the gadget was held in April of this year. Product got a 7.9-inch screen with a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels and 4 GB of RAM. Also available MT8176 MediaTek processor (2.1 GHz), the battery capacity of 6600 mAh and the Android operating system 7.0 Nougat.