Xiaomi is on a launching spree, the company recently unveiled various new products including a new Mi TV Pro and Mi 4A, Redmi Band, and much more at Mi Fan Festival. In a surprising act, Xiaomi is seen mocking Huawei of its inability to use Google services. It seems Xiaomi and Huawei are going to take Samsung and Apple route in trolling each other in different ways.
Xiaomi recently unveiled Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro smartphones in the market. The device is already retailing throughout the globe and especially in Europe. A few users have made note of the inscription on the Mi 10 Pro retail boxes and it reads as “with easy access to the Google apps you use most”. The line is indirectly taking a dig on the Huawei smartphones which are barred from using Google services over the sanctions from the US.
On the other hand, Huawei is continuously making new ways to coverup the absence of Google services with some homemade services. Unfortunately, Huawei’s services don’t seem to coverup Huawei and will significantly affect the overall sales of the recently launched P40 series. Whereas, the Xiaomi is making its place through the globe and especially in Europe.
We expect Xiaomi smartphones to grow more than the Huawei ones this year in Europe. It will be an important year for the Xiaomi and Huawei. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 series might excel in the Huawei P40 series I number of sales across the globe.
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