POCO makes fun of Realme, says Indian users don't want 5G
(Photo credit: POCO)

POCO General Manager C. Manmohan has made fun of it by tweeting after the launch of Realme X50 Pro 5G.

As a sub-brand of Xiaomi, POCO, which entered the Indian market in 2018, has made fun of Realme's 5G smartphone. POCO India General Manager C Manmohan has made fun of it by tweeting after the launch of Realme X50 Pro 5G. Manmohan said in his tweet that Indian users do not need 5G yet. He wrote in a post made with his Twitter handle, We are giving you whatever you want, what you do not want (5G) right now, we are not giving. Along with this post, C Manmohan has also posted a poster of No 5G.

Let us tell you that the Twitter war between these two companies started even before the launch of POCO X2. In which Xiaomi and POCO described Realme as a copy-cat brand. Let us tell you that Realme X2 was launched in December last year. Whereas, POCO X2 has been launched earlier this year. The price and features of both smartphones are almost the same. The price war between Realme and Xiaomi in 2019 is being seen from the beginning. Both companies have launched many of their smartphones with similar features and price.

Talking about the features of Realme X50 Pro, the country's first 5G smartphone launched recently, it has been launched with a 6.44-inch Full HD Plus Super AMOLED display. The phone has a 90Hz refresh rate display. The phone has a dual punch hole wide-angle dual selfie camera. A 64MP quad rear camera setup has been given in the back of the phone. The USP of this smartphone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC processor used in it and it comes with 65W Superdart Fast Charging feature. The phone has 20x digital zoom support. The phone is available with three storage options. Its high-end variant has 12GB RAM support.

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