Manufacturers of leading flagship smartphones are often looking for the slightest hesitation for their marketing campaign. In the past, we could see numerous competition points between brands such as Apple, Samsung and Huawei.
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China's new Xiaomi will also join this group with its new flagship smartphone. Just packing a new flagship model with a label Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will hint at the use of Google services that are missing from the competing manufacturer Huawei.
Xiaomi is digging for competition
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi only recently introduced his new models Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro also in the global version for European customers. Many may not have noticed such a detail, but the official package just below the product name emphasizes that the user will also find Google services here in this case.
Specifically, this is an inscription that states that you will find the Google applications you use the most here.
This innocent sign is definitely a marketing step. A direct competitor in the form of a smartphone Huawei P40, respectively. P40 Pro Google does not offer these services at a similar price.
While the user is paying for a trade war between America and China, the result is that there is only an alternative app store Huawei App Gallery, which does not offer applications from Google.
Xiaomi also wants to impress its European customers with such a slightly insidious game against a competing manufacturer, Huawei. However, the drive to increase sales to a direct competitor is very strong, and although Google services are less important in China, they are very often used in Europe, especially for synchronization, backup and communication.
It is the competing smartphones that, in addition to the price and the flagship, also compete with the present services, will be the choice of many users, and so Xiaomi leaves nothing to chance and fights the customer in this way.
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