Which one would you choose?
X2 with the super “smooth” mode
X3 with the super “creep” mode?
– C Manmohan #POCOForIndia (@cmanmohan) June 17, 2020
The case begins with a tweet by noted tipster Mukul Sharma. He mentioned the Realme X3 to be launched on 25 June in India. Retweeting this tweet by Mukul Sharma Poco India General Manager C Manmohan wrote, Why jump on a bandwagon when the train is already here? Remain #SmoothAF, ”. He posted this tweet referring to the launch of the upcoming Reality X3 series, in which Realme x3 And Realme X3 SuperZoom Smartphone included. However, it is unclear whether the general manager of Poco India was waiting for any kind of response while making such a tweet, although the smartphone community certainly did not like his tweet. Realme And Xiaomi (Poco’s parent company) fans are saying this tweet as childish. Many believe that such behavior does not suit his position.
People are reacting to the tweet saying that such a company was not expected from GM of a company. Despite Xiaomi users, users say that a better smartphone should speak for itself and what they care about the most is value for money. Even a Poco user advised Manmohan to grow up.
Bro seriously we are not expecting this kind of behavior of a person at this position towards other brand …
At least u should support this …
Even i am also a poco user but …@cmanmohan Grow up Man …
– piNtu (@ 281_Pintu) June 17, 2020
@cmanmohan you are doing “cheap” marketing for your company as a company’s CEO you should not …… Bhai user ki choice hai usko Kya chahiye ….. or abhi toh X3 Launch bhi nhi hua Orr apke ye Haal hai. …. 4
– Atul Tech Bazaar (@AtulBazaar) June 17, 2020
Let me tell you, this is not the first time that such a rivalry is happening between these two Rival smartphone brands. Earlier, Manu Kumar Jain, the managing director of Xiaomi India, had even called Realme a “copy-cat brand” brand. However, Madhav Seth, CEO of Reality India, reacted to this by saying, “A true innovative brand and market leader will not behave like this.” Apart from this, when Xiaomi launched Redmi 7A last year, Madhav Seth said that this smartphone comes with ‘two years old’ display, as well as he mocked the tagline of the phone.