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Updated: February 27, 2020 7:18:15 pm
As OnePlus gears as much as launch its OnePlus Eight sequence as early as the top of March, it appears like extra gamers in India are eyeing a share of the premium phase, which grew 29 per cent on a year-on-year in 2019, in line with Counterpoint Research.
OnePlus has managed to carve a distinct segment for itself within the premium smartphone phase in India (Rs 30,000 and above), due to its reasonably priced flagships. But the competitors on this class is about to get robust as budget gamers like Realme and new model iQOO have unveiled their premium telephones in India.
Realme took a leap within the premium smartphone class with Realme X2 Pro, which is priced at Rs 29,999. More not too long ago, Realme unveiled its 5G-enabled X50 Pro 5G smartphone, worth for which begins at Rs 37,999.
Meanwhile, iQOO has already mentioned that it’s going to focus on the premium area. For these unaware, iQOO is a sub-brand of Vivo in China, however will operate as an unbiased model in India. The firm has already launched its first phone, iQOO 3 in India and it comes with 5G assist at Rs 44,990. There is a 4G LTE variant as nicely at a beginning worth of Rs 36,990.
Whether 5G is smart for India is one other query, however some manufacturers are assured that there are shoppers who wish to be future-ready and thus the 5G-enabled cellphone. But what can’t be missed is the general bundle together with the most recent Snapdragon 865 processor and quad cameras that may appeal to patrons.
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Though we must look ahead to the launch to know official particulars, rumours recommend there will likely be three OnePlus Eight telephones together with a normal OnePlus Eight variant, premium OnePlus 8 Pro and a extra reasonably priced OnePlus 8 Lite.
It stays to be seen if Realme and iQOO can efficiently break into the premium phase and eat into OnePlus’ shares, however one factor is for certain – shoppers could have extra alternative within the premium phase in 2020.
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