The price of most electronic products will decline over time. Mobile phones, one of the popular consumer goods, are usually more obvious. Even the government will personally reduce the suggested retail price.
However, the poco x2 mobile phone released by Xiaomi in India in February this year showed a different situation. After the price increase of 1000 rupees in April, the price of Xiaomi has been increased by 500 rupees.
Obviously, this situation cannot be explained by the supply-demand relationship. The driving force behind this situation is the adjustment of consumption value-added tax in India.
As you know, POCO X2 basic (6 64GB) The listing price was Rs .15999, adjusted to Rs .16999 in April, and the latest price is Rs .17499, with a change of Rs .1500(about $141).
It is reported that poco X2 is actually a variant of the domestic model redmi K30. The main configuration includes 6.67-inch double hole digging screen, 120 Hz refresh rate display, Xiaolong 730g SOC, 64 million pixel four shot, 4500mAh battery (27 watt fast charging), and the whole system supports microSD card storage expansion.