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https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/786019/medium/Screenshot_20220707-175252.jpg?1657196589But what about this..?
Why they giving heavy 97% discount of 97999/- if the phone price is 29999.
What if I don't want tk purchase after launch.
Am I get full refund of 2000 in account? 🤔
Many questions over hyped
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tatyabichchu wrote:

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/786019/medium/Screenshot_20220707-175252.jpg?1657196589But what about this..?
Why they giving heavy 97% discount of 97999/- if the phone price is 29999.
What if I don't want tk purchase after launch.
Am I get full refund of 2000 in account? 🤔
Many questions over hyped

Yes. You'll automatically get the refund if you don't make purchase till 19 July.

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Snapdragon 778+ processor just makes the whole hype aside. At least they should have given the 870!😔

All tech-savvy try to get a better benchmark-scored processor and at this time snapdragon 870 is the best if keeping the throttling issue in mind.

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looter143 wrote:

Snapdragon 778+ processor just makes the whole hype aside. At least they should have given the 870!😔

All tech-savvy try to get a better benchmark-scored processor and at this time snapdragon 870 is the best if keeping the throttling issue in mind.

You're right. But, it'll stop nothing from processing android updates and may increase the cost. Moreover, it supports only 4-5 5G bands unlike 778+ which supports 12

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rohant wrote:

You're right. But, it'll stop nothing from processing android updates and may increase the cost. Moreover, it supports only 4-5 5G bands unlike 778+ which supports 12

They have spent on the LED gimmick due to the obvious reasons of making hype otherwise it's very easy to give 870 in under ₹30k phone. Keeping 5g in mind, it is coming at least 2 years later until or unless some company might go wild like Jio and give free internet like how jio did at the time of the 4g launch. It was jio that made all the competition come up with 4g as early as possible.

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@Mayavi someone voted it down because they think it's a "repost". Could you delete that unnecessary vote down? 

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rohant wrote:

You're right. But, it'll stop nothing from processing android updates and may increase the cost. Moreover, it supports only 4-5 5G bands unlike 778+ which supports 12

870 supports more than 4-5 5G bands. Look at Poco F4 spec.
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rohant wrote:

You're right. But, it'll stop nothing from processing android updates and may increase the cost. Moreover, it supports only 4-5 5G bands unlike 778+ which supports 12

5G will anyway fail in India.
And sadly, make 4G services worse because more bandwidth and more hardware (cell sites) would be shifted to 5G.
But overall cost increases would trickle down even on 4G plans.
The very fact that it isn't really a consumer level technology (but rather suited for industrial data needs) and the coverage requiring too many cell sites, would shoot the electricity bills alone through the roof, for the operators.

They would look no further, than to pass it on to the consumers.

The heavy consolidation of the telecom industry in the past 20 years and the way things are now...
... would mean that there will barely be 4-5 operators worth their name.
Thus consumers would have little choice or benefits from a cartelised industry.

The way the governments look at unrealistically milking the bandwidth and the licences in a hurry,
would only add to the conundrum and ultimate agony of the consumers.

By the time 5G becomes even half as affordable (via device prices and data prices) as 4G is today,
the 5G technology would already have been rendered obsolete
as the next generation tech starts establishing itself in Japan, China.

Unlike in the E.U. where compromises have been made on both sides, in the U.S. mostly the telecom operators have suffered and the aviation industry has had priority in conflict avoidance.

But as telecom operators ultimately start recouping costs by also upstreaming the equipment (cell sites) nearer to the ILS beacons,
the aircraft manufacturers and airport operators will be pressed to devise alternate ways to mitigate the interferences.

Overall costs of 5G far outweigh the benefits, if any.
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