The smartphone industry can sometimes be a world of sharks and brands do not hesitate to compare themselves to prove that they are the best. The recent presentation of a new iPhone has made it possible for some to send a spear to the company Cupertino.
It has to be said that the exorbitant rates of some models, including the iPhone XS, have given them a real leeway. Xiaomi, for example, rebounded on the fact that it would cost 1159 euros to get the first model. The Chinese have compared potential customers with pigeons, ready to pay a very high price for the smartphone to the apple. Xiaomi indeed offers its most expensive model, the Mi 8, "only" 499 euros.
The message has already been shared 816 times and has almost 350 responses. These are also mixed. Brand enthusiasts have clearly appreciated this troll from the community manager, while others have pointed to the brand's own shortcomings. Some reminded that Xiaomi has often inspired Apple on its smartphones, but also on its laptops (in reference to Xiaomi Notebook).
Welcome to 2014, the year in which it is finally possible to use two SIM cards in a smartphone. pic.twitter.com/scaQ4MYtHI
– Huawei Mobile France (@huaweimobilefr) September 13, 2018
Huawei, another Chinese giant, also lend itself to the game. During the conference, the brand published a tweet that emphasized the iPhone's lack of innovation, while recalling the implementation of a dual-sim did not date yesterday. The company has tried to thank Apple for allowing his Mate 20 "the real hero of the year". So, is it good war or not?