OnePlus Trolls Apple After Becoming Leading Premium Smartphone- New Delhi: world’s second largest smartphone market in India, After China. This is the reason why the largest smartphone maker company leaves no chance to attract Indian users. From Apple to Samsung, there is no way back than trolling each other. Apple has been targeted for companies like Samsung and Huawei for the past several years.
OnePlus Trolls Apple After Becoming Leading Premium Smartphone
Now Oneplus has joined this race. OnePlus questioned Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, which is India’s number 1 premium smartphone. After this, the company has troll Apple about the response from Siri. Recently, Counterpoint released a report of data related to the smartphone market in India. In this report, OnePlus was described as India’s number one premium smartphone brand (fast-growing).
OnePlus Trolls Apple After Becoming Leading Premium Smartphone, After this, OnePlus has a tweet while trolling Apple. Apple did not name Apple directly, though Apple’s virtual assistant Siri was definitely mentioned. On a photo in the tweet, OnePlus wrote, ‘O Siri, which is the number 1 premium smartphone in India?’ On this tweet the company wrote captions, ‘i Dare you’. Actually when Siri is really asking this question, then he is presenting the search results related to the weightless. The advantage of this point was to win oneplus and the company troll Apple.
When Siri asked- India’s No. 1 premium smartphone, got the answer- OnePlus
“OnePlus has recorded its highest shipment in the single quarter to lead the three-quarter premium smartphone segment. In addition, the success of OnePlus delivered overall premium smartphone shipments to record numbers in the same year, “said Karan Chauhan, research analyst at Counterpoint Research.
The latest report comes just after Apple reported a rare decline in iPhone revenue. Compared to the same period of 2017, the company registered a decline of 15% in revenue from the iPhone sales for the quarter ending December 2018. In the last quarter of last year, its profit was less than $ 1 billion, less than 1%.