The Delhi High Court, on Monday, gave a breath of relief to the Chinese Smartphone Giant Xiaomi, as they have partially lifted the bans on the smart phone sales till January 8. According to a tweet by the Press Trust of India (PTI), Xiaomi is now allowed to sell smartphones powered by Qualcomm chipsets till January 8 in India. The news comes in a few days after the ban was imposed by the High Court following Ericson's implications on Xiaomi. According to the reports, Xiaomi currently sells its Redmi Note phablet and the Redmi 1s smart phone in the country. The hearing for the case has been scheduled for February so Xiaomi can sell the phones powered by Qualcomm for nearly a month. Xiaomi had earlier issued a public statement asking its fans to bear with them as they assess their legal options. The company was also rumored to be planning to launch a successor to the hugely popular Mi3. Rumor also had it that the successor to the Xiaomi Redmi 1s had been leaked by a Chinese certification company.