Just days after Xiaomi, India MD and global VP Manu Kumar Jain. Announced that Xiaomi, will be the first smartphone brand in India, to offer support for India-made GPS alternative Navigation.
Twitter, Sheth said that the company’s recently-launched, phone Realme X50 Pro comes with NavIC support. The sudden announcement surprised everyone as Realme X50.
Having said that if Realme, India head is so confidently stating that the X50 pro. Smartphone has support for NavIC does it mean that Qualcomm can offer NavIC integration.
Also, if a firmware update is all that is needed then will NavlC support come to, Snapdragon 855 or 855+ ass well? By this logic, every Snapdragon chipset may be eligible to receive NavIC support. Or is there a need for additional hardware components? A lot of questions have come up from a single tweet by Sheth.
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