120Hz + Tianji 1000 + mobile phone not playing? Vice president of realme: stock and management

mobile phone mobile phone make complaints about panic buying. Recently, a mobile phone of 1999 yuan has been spit out by netizens because of rush to buy and sell. Now, friends and businesses directly fill the knife. Xu Qi, vice president of Realme, directly stated their upcoming Realme X7 mobile phone spot, and managed it enough. In terms of configuration, < / P > < p > in terms of configuration, realme X7 series will be the Tianji 1000 + processor of MediaTek, and there will be a 120Hz flexible screen. The proportion of screens will be excellent, which is known as the most beautiful chin, and the cop package cost is relatively high. < / P > < p > compared with COF and cog processes, cop directly bends a part of the flexible OLED screen backward, thus further reducing the border and achieving a visual effect close to “borderless”. < / P > < p > due to the limitation of flexible screen material and higher process cost, cop technology is only used for high-end flagship mobile phones. This time, realme X7 also popularized cop packaging. < / P > < p > in addition to the processor and the 120Hz narrow jaw E3 screen, the camera and 65W flash charging of the realme X7 series are also highlights. The appearance of the mobile phone is also very attractive. After all, it is Ag glass technology. < / P > < p > of course, the most important thing is the price. Previously, the real x50m mobile phones equipped with snapdragon 765G + 120Hz high-speed screen were all priced at 1999 yuan. I’m afraid it’s difficult to achieve 1999 yuan for the realme X7, but it should not be very expensive. After all, realme should be cost-effective. < / P > < p > if the price can be a little higher, but as Xu Qi said, stock and enough management, then the purchase experience can still be expected. Every time a rush purchase is not enough, it is a kind of item reduction for consumers, and they would rather spend a little more money to buy spot goods. American companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?