Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi is known to troll its rivals on social media. The company, which trolled new launches from Apple and Samsung in the past, is trolling home country rival Huawei this time. Soon after the global launch of Huawei’s new P-series smartphones — P30 and P30 Pro — the official Xiaomi global Facebook page shared two back-to-back posts trolling the new P30 phones. Xiaomi took a similar price jibe after the latest iPhone XS and XS Max were launched last year.
In the first Facebook post, Xiaomi took a screenshot from the livestream of Huawei P30 Pro launch event and highlighting its prices asked, “Is this really necessary?”.
In the second attempt, Xiaomi compared the Huawei P30 with the Mi 9 and said, “At Xiaomi, we really believe in giving you amazing products at #HonestPrices. Do you think a flagship smartphone should cost you a fortune? #Mi9.”.
Huawei has globally launched the next-generation of its flagship P-series smartphones. As part of the 2019 lineup of P30-series smartphones, the company has launched two handsets — Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro. Both are expected to be launched in India soon. Note that Xiaomi has stopped launching flagship Mi series phones in India after the Mi 5.
The key highlight of the new Huawei P30-series is the camera, which according to the company makes the phones to have the “most advanced camera smartphones to date”. Huawei also claimed that with technologies like SuperSpectrum Sensor and extreme optical SuperZoom lens, the cameras of P30 series smartphones can rival any professional camera.
In India, while Xiaomi leaves no stones unturned to mock and troll rivals like Samsung — which happens to be the world’s largest mobile brand and number two in India, the company recently, claimed that the camera of its latest budget smartphone — the Redmi Note 7 Pro — is better than that of the iPhone XS/XS Max and OnePlus 6T.