Chinese brand Tencent has gone through many changes recently and after that different departments of the company are working together. After this, the company has sent Huawei’s foldable Mate Xs phones to a large number of workers. In an internal event, Tencent gave these premium phone gifts to employees of PCG (Platform and Content Business Group) on 30 September. However, it was revealed that most workers do not need this phone and they are better able to make money instead.
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Phone received with company label
MyDrivers report said that after this event, a lot of Mate Xs have come for online sale. It has been revealed that the gifted Mate Xs are reselling the smartphones to the workers and these have been listed online for resale. Gifted foldable smartphones are also labeled as Tencent variants and this will have an impact on the price of the device as well. Even after this, a lot of people want to buy this phone and this is the reason for reselling it online.
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Sale at more price than original
The original price of this phone, which comes with a folding screen, is 16,999 yuan (about 1.83 lakh rupees) in China, but online workers are selling it for up to 19,999 yuan (about 2.15 lakh rupees). The company has brought the foldable phone Huawei Mate XS (Huawei Mate XS) as an upgrade to Huawei Mate X. Apart from the display folding outwards in the phone, Huawei’s Kirin 990 5G chipset has been given. Huawei’s foldable phone competes with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
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