FILE PHOTO: Luo Yonghao, the CEO and co-founder of the Chinese smartphone startup Smartisan, has introduced a new instant messaging app is the Bullet, the Messenger, during a launch event in Beijing, China, August 20, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer
BEIJING (reuters) – The founder of chinese smartphone maker Smartisan Technology that is not included in the record of the flights, and the tgv high-speed trains, as a result of the company’s non-compliance with the judgments handed down by a contract dispute, a local court, the document showed.
Smartisan is a niche player in the chinese smartphone industry, and it is the most well-known for its eccentric founder, Luo Yonghao, who made headlines in the past few years, with bold statements, including a claim that he was going to buy a Computer.
Luo is also excluded from the spending, the higher the quality of the hotels, restaurants, discos, and clubs around the golf course, with the purchase of the properties, and the high premium for the insurance, and send his children to expensive private schools, which, in accordance with an order of the court of justice of Danyang in eastern China.
The order was issued after the court found that the company was not in compliance with the earlier rulings of the court on a contractual dispute with a local electronic company, the document said.
Smartisan, the smartphone’s sales in China lag behind players such as Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo. The Chinese social media firm ByteDance earlier this year said it was developing a phone with the Smartisan after obtaining a series of patents on it.
Smartisan launched a new phone on Thursday. In a video posted to its official Weibo account, the Smartisan the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Wu Dezhou was said that the majority of, of the Smartisan the team had moved on to ByteDance after the deal, will work on smartphones and education, to the hardware, but for that Luo had left the team for personal reasons.
Nither Luo nor of Smartisan could immediately be reached by Reuters for comment.
Reporting by Stella Qiu and Brenda Goh; Additional reporting by Roxanne Liu, and Sophie, Yu; Editing by Peter Graff