Android or iPhone: Wondering which phone Amit Shah uses?Last updated on Jun 23, 2019, 08:11 pm
Political connotations aside, the current Modi 2.0 government is quite tech savvy and know their social media game well.
The presiding ministers in Delhi are known to own the best-in-class smartphones and gadgets.
Now, it is well known that PM Modi is an Apple person, but have you wondered which phone does his number two, Union Home Minister Amit Shah use?
Find out here.
Reportedly, Shah uses an iPhone Xs for work
Reports suggest that the current Home Minister in the Modi government uses iPhone Xs for work.
Not just that, he is also quite active on social media, and has a massive following of 14 million on Twitter.
Notably, Shah contested the Parliamentary elections for the first time this year, from BJP bastion Gandhinagar, and won by over five lakh votes.
Not just Shah, the entire Modi government loves tech
Well, the story doesn't end here. It's not just the PM and the BJP supremo who love to sport high-tech smartphones, but many members of the current government are known to use the latest gadgets for work.
In fact, Union Ministers like Dharmendra Pradhan, Nitin Gadkari, Nirmala Sitharaman, Faggan Kulaste, and Manoj Tiwari prefer latest, high-end smartphones and are quite active on social media.
PM Modi himself relies only on latest Apple devices
Meanwhile, it is common knowledge that PM Modi is himself a big lover of latest tech.
In fact, back in 2018, he was seen using an Apple iPhone 6 series device during his official China and Dubai visits.
Furthermore, he maintains that he uses top-end Apple devices for security reasons.
Modi is the second-most followed leader on social media
With 48.2 million followers on Twitter and 110+ million across social media platforms, PM Modi is the second-most followed leader on social media, trailing only behind former US President Barack Obama.
Additionally, in the past five years, under his leadership, India has become the second largest mobile phone producer in the world, jumping from just two manufacturing units in 2014 to 268 in 2019.