Xiaomi mocking Huawei’s newly unveiled P30 cameraphone series
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Xiaomi mocking Huawei’s newly unveiled P30 cameraphone series

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Whenever trolling Samsung and Apple, Xiaomi is making fun of its home country rival Huawei this time. Xiaomi shared a couple of posts on Facebook trolling the newly released Huawei P30 series – P30 and P30 Pro.

Is this really necessary?

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In the first Facebook post, Xiaomi took a jibe at the P30 series pricing and captioned the shared screenshot from live-stream as “Is this truly necessary?”. In an additional attempt, Xiaomi compared the Huawei P30 with Mi 9. Featuring all the attributes and pricing details, Xiaomi wrote “We actually believe in giving you phenomenal products at #HonestPrices. Do you think a flagship smartphone must price tag you a fortune? #Mi9.”

At Xiaomi, we really believe in giving you amazing products at #HonestPrices. Do you think a flagship smartphone should cost you a fortune? #Mi9

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Huawei launched the successors of P20 series – P30 and P30 Pro featuring high digital camera modules and additional advanced attributes. Both the gadgets carry Kirin 980 SoC featuring dual NPUs and much better graphics functionality. The elder sibling aka P30 Pro hosts a bigger 6.47 inch AMOLED panel, 8GB RAM with 128/256/512GB internal storage, 4200 mAh battery and weighs 192 grams. Meanwhile, the P30 ships with compact 6.1 inch AMOLED display, 6GB/128GB memory, 3.5 mm jack, and 3650 mAh battery.

As as of P20, Huawei added powerful cameras on both the devices. P30 Pro attributes rear quad digital camera module featuring 40MP, 20MP, 8MP and ToF sensors alongside with 32 MP front-facing digital camera. On the other hand, P30 embeds all another digital cameras except the ToF camera sensor.

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