Xiaomi had attracted flak over the prices of its Redmi K20 Guru that started in July this year. Seconds after, Xiaomi explained that over 900 bots/fake balances were supporting the overpriced trend for Redmi K20 Pro.
Xiaomi India advertising Head Anuj Sharma at a succession of tweets asserted that over half of those 900+ bots/fake accounts had been deleted. Also, he stated that from 900+ balances, 487 were made in July 2019 itself. All these bots/bogus accounts were tweeting with overpriced’ tendency over a hundred times every day, he added.
Sharma added that the Redmi K20 Guru overpriced fad was a”huge effort to demonstrate a fantastic product in poor light.” “Redmi K collection is currently the 2nd greatest selling smartphone series one of the mobiles in India over Rs 20,000,” he explained. Sharma explained that Xiaomi has achieved to Twitter and its legal team for additional action.
Xiaomi Redmi K20 Guru started in India to get a starting price of Rs 27,999. With features like Snapdragon 855 chip, pop-up selfie camera along with the 48-megapixel rear camera, Redmi K20 Guru competes with OnePlus 7 and also OnePlus 7 Guru. Xiaomi Redmi K20 Guru is also among the least expensive smartphones in India to provide Qualcomm’s top-notch Snapdragon 855 chip.