Redmi Shades Samsung On Galaxy M series
India is very much known as a power house in terms of sales for both Xiaomi and Samsung, and the companies are always on their toes to stay on top, even if it includes taking jibes at each other. Xiaomi claim the Redmi Note 7 will turn your head around and afterÂ showing an upside-down photo of Lei Jun and Manu Kumar Jain, the campaign is going one step further.
Xiaomi said a Mobile with TFT display is just too obsolete, revealing a shady M display, openly mocking the screen of the Galaxy M20. The Chinese company also heavily highlights the 48MP camera of its phone, suggesting it should have no trouble taking over the floor with the Galaxy M20’s shooter.
The again, apparently â€œgood things come to those who waitâ€ is another way of saying â€œour phones are not market-ready for India yet.â€ The M-series, which are launching today, must have made enough of a splash to get Xiaomi worried and it’s hoping to buy some time until its answer gets to store shelves.
Though the whole poster looks cocky and chaotic, Xiaomi is currently a leader in the Indian market, which is dominated by affordable entry-level devices. The Redmi Note 7 is expected to be a best seller, especially if the Chinese manufacturer manages to keep the low price of between $150 and $200.