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This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
The fight has been among Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi for a period, but OnePlus has launched a rocket in India and has ridden it up into the premium space.
Three iPhones led the market share pie while Chinese players took the back half of the top ten. Samsung's flagships were also represented at the top.
Not exactly affordable, the $525 or so Vivo X21 is not exorbitantly priced either for what it brings to India, in-display fingerprint recognition included.
The phone is pretty much all but called out on Flipkart's mobile app right now, but it will take another week before we know all about it.
The popular China-first Vivo X21 smartphone is getting two new versions, one celebrating the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup and the other upgrading the front-facing camera.
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Up for grabs only in China at the moment, the groundbreaking Vivo X21 with under-display fingerprint recognition technology is set to expand to Singapore later this week, also heading to other "global" markets in the near future.
After Pei deleted the tweet, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has posted an extensive explanation into why the notch has to be on the OnePlus 6.
Similar in appearance to the X21, the Vivo V9 is a slightly lower-end affair with a dual rear-facing camera setup and pretty sweet 24MP single selfie shooter.
In case it wasn't already abundantly clear, the OnePlus 6 is likely to embrace the notch, similar to the OPPO R15 and Vivo X21. The latter also features in-display fingerprint recognition in one variant.