This morning, Huawei officially unveiled its two "top-of-the-line" handsets, the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, which featured the focus on cameras throughout the whole show and caused astounding value by many considered high .
Of course, this was also the most attacked by brands in official profiles on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and Xiaomi is the main name in this regard.
With the caption "Is this really necessary?", The brand presented its criticism through its official fanpage on Facebook, showing the suggested prices for brand new handsets ranging from 799 to 1,249 euros (that is, somewhere between 3,500 and 5,460 reais in direct conversion).
Shortly thereafter, a new publication was released, this time taking advantage of the publicity of its latest launch, the Xiaomi Mi 9 which has a suggested price of 499 euros (ie, just over half the price suggested for the Huawei P30) .
In this, it is possible to observe the appreciation of aspects where the Mi 9 stands out in the comparison as the score in the DxOMark (remember that only the Huawei P30 Pro was evaluated by the site in question), the embedded chipset, the bigger screen and the fast charger of 20W.
It was also criticized by Xiaomi for the option to bring the HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset, officially presented to the market last year to be initially incorporated in Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
For this approach, the Chinese bet on the publication of a meme saying that Huawei gave preference to create a cover made of Swarovski crystal than bringing something effectively new to the market to compete directly with other manufacturers (who are already incorporating the Snapdragon 855 in their releases).
Huawei also did his
In contrast, Huawei also missed the opportunity to "poke the jaguar with a short stick" and thanked the US government for the publicity given to the brand throughout the year 2018, making its best known name around the world making traditional use "speak bad but speak of me "seriously.
According to the CEO of the company, Eric Xu, the United States "should be grateful for the publicity provided to Huawei."
It is worth remembering that in recent months the company has been kept in the news with high point in the discussion the arrest of Ren Zhengfei, former CFO and daughter of the brand founder, on the charge of providing information to Iran.