Morning Brief: realme to Launch New Series, Tesla Eyes Self-Drive Taxi

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Recently, realme teased a promotional video overseas, hinting at the launch of a new series of smartphones, with the possibility of being introduced first in the Indian market. On April 6th, Musk posted on X, indicating Tesla’s plans to introduce a self-driving taxi service in August.

realme to Unveil New Series of Smartphones; Teaser Suggests Exciting Features?

realme has released a teaser for a new series of smartphones in India. This announcement comes shortly after the official launch of the realme 12X 5G, indicating that the new series from realme might hit the market in the coming weeks.


The video shared by realme suggests a completely different series of smartphones from its existing lineup, set to debut in India. The upcoming smartphones are teased to offer powerful performance in their respective market segments. The brand’s post also showcases an eagle’s lens, seemingly hinting at the device’s potential imaging capabilities. However, realme hasn’t disclosed further details. More information about the new series may gradually be revealed shortly.

Morning Brief Review: Another new series on the horizon?

Musk: Tesla’s Self-Driving Robotaxi to Debut on August 8th

On April 6th, Musk announced on the X platform that Tesla plans to unveil its “fully autonomous driving vehicle” – the self-driving taxi (Robotaxi) – on August 8th. Earlier reports indicated Musk’s claim in a biography that Tesla would introduce the next generation of cars by the end of 2024, with the Robotaxi purportedly adopting a Cybertruck-like cyberpunk design.


Previously, there were reports suggesting Tesla was abandoning plans to produce cheaper cars in favor of a self-driving robot taxi project based on the same electric vehicle platform. However, Musk denied media reports alleging the company’s abandonment of plans to produce more affordable electric vehicles.

Morning Brief Review: Hoping it’s for real

Transsion’s Brand Recognized as Asia Pacific’s 6th Most Innovative Company; 260W Fast Charging Makes a Splash

In the latest global rankings of innovative companies, Transsion’s premium brand Infinix was recognized as the sixth most innovative company in the Asia Pacific region by ‘Fast Company.’ This honor underscores Infinix’s steadfast commitment to innovation and excellence in the mobile technology industry.


According to reports, ‘Fast Company’ editors and experts evaluated companies driving global progress across various industries, assessing thousands of submissions through a rigorous application process to arrive at the aforementioned ranking. The media outlet stated that Infinix’s combination of cutting-edge technology with affordable pricing has garnered favor in the market. Its revolutionary 260W fast charging technology, AI-driven noise reduction feature, and Folax virtual assistant are considered prime examples of enhancing user experience for the brand.

Morning Brief Review: Transsion remains relatively understated domestically

Foreign Media: VW CEO States Electric Vehicles Can’t Maintain Lead in China

Recently, Volkswagen Group CEO Oliver Blume, in an interview with German newspaper “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” on the 5th local time, expressed that Volkswagen hopes to avoid setting “utopian” goals for its market share in China, stating that having over 10% market share in such a competitive environment is already “very significant.”


Reuters reported that Oliver Blume stated in the German media interview that Volkswagen “currently cannot maintain a leading position” in the field of electric vehicles in China. He added, “Future models to be launched by Volkswagen in the coming years will improve its current position. Volkswagen should not have ‘utopian’ expectations.” He further mentioned, “If we can achieve a double-digit market share in the rapidly growing Chinese market in the long term, that is already a very significant goal.”

Morning Brief Review: Volkswagen seems to be lowering its stance

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