India was closed for total quarantine. New smartphones linger

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday announced total quarantine for three weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. This will greatly affect the upcoming announcements and the presentation of new smartphones in the market, which is the second largest after China.

Yesterday, Vivo India confirmed that the company has postponed the launch of its upcoming Vivo V19 smartphone. After that, the CEO of Realme India Madhav Sheth (Madhav Sheth) on Twitter announced changes in the immediate plans of the company.

He confirmed that the Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A smartphones will be unveiled on March 26, as planned. The event will take the form of an online press conference. However, due to quarantine, sales of the Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A were delayed. The company ceased operations at its plant in India until further government order. All employees went home.

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