The Delhi High Court has set aside a previous order that barred the Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus from selling handsets based on the Cyanogen operating system in India, effectively allowing the company to resume imports and sales. The decision to lift the ban comes from the opinion that the smart phone manufacturer Micromax, with its ‘exclusive right to use Cyanogen’s custom Android software’ within India, is not actually in competition with OnePlus in the market. Micromax primarily produces phones for the low-end market, where OnePlus has been deemed to target the high-end market. “In view of the facts noted by us hereinabove, it would not be a case to grant an ad interim injunction, for the reason we were informed that mobile devices launched in India by Micromax are sold at around Rs 8,000 per piece and that by OnePlus at around Rs 22,000 per piece. The consumer of one product is mid-segment and of the other is high-end and thus prima-facie neither competes nor eats into territory of other.” observed the court in its 18 page order. They added that a "proper debate" was required before the single judge on the software features available to OnePlus and Micromax under Cyanogen. Further, proper pleadings were also required to throw light on agreement between Cyanogen and Micromax to ascertain different parties understanding of it.