New Delhi: Xiaomi and Realme’s high comrades are preventing tooth and nail. The disagreement has now additional heated up with the chief advertising and marketing officer (CMO) of Realme India and Europe Francis Wong hitting again at Xiaomi’s Redmi enterprise director Sneha Tainwala’s allegations on how the rival smartphone model is copy pasting concepts.
In a tweet on August 18, Xiaomi’s Tainwala had alleged that rival Realme has copied the Xiaomi’s Mi Fan Competition. “Mi Fan Festival” >> “#CopyCat Fan Festival” It has now stopped being humorous. Kitna copy karoge @MadhavSheth1 sir?” she stated within the tweet whereas tagging Realme India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth.
“Waise event page mock up bhijwaon – will save your team some time,” she went on so as to add in her tweet mocking the rival smartphone model.
In response to her tweet, Realme’s Wong tweeted, “Sigh. Cannot imagine that is popping out from a director of a correct model. It is time for everybody to concentrate on their very own enterprise. hold our mouth shut and let merchandise converse.
Sigh.Cannot imagine that is popping out from a director of a correct model.
It is time for everybody to concentrate on their very own enterprise. hold our mouth shut and let merchandise converse.
PS: Feedback of that tweet made me perceive how customers gonna really feel in case your model is speaking like that. https://t.co/xvuHIcVLjk
— Francis Wong (@FrancisRealme) August 19, 2021
“PS: Feedback of that tweet made me perceive how customers gonna really feel in case your model is speaking like that,” Wong added in his tweet. So far, Tainwala is yet to respond to Wong’s tweet even though she remains active on the microblogging platform. Also Read: HDFC Financial institution on-line banking providers to stay closed from THIS date
Xiaomi and Realme are among the many high smartphone manufacturers in India. Each the manufacturers are sometimes seen preventing disagreement which might be humorous, harsh or hard-hitting. On a number of earlier events, each manufacturers have additionally mocked one another for copying concepts or offering options that no one requested for. Additionally Learn: Microsoft invests INR 37 crore in IPO-bound OYO