Realme DIZO products sale or discount offer at launch via Revu Philippines

Realme PH launches DIZO sub-brand, shares vision for 2022

In Accessories, Business, Phones, Wearables by Alora Uy GuerreroLeave a Comment

Expect big things from Realme Philippines this year, as it promises to “#DareToLeap higher, further, and stronger.”

(Update, February 12: The DIZO Watch 2 is only P1,999 [$40], but is it worth getting? Check out our review to find out!)

As an opening salvo for 2022, the company announced the local entry of its first partner brand — DIZO, whose philosophy is anchored on empowering consumers to #BeDifferent — at today’s Brand Summit event. The launch is in line with Realme’s goal of providing a smart TechLife to more Filipinos, giving them more choices when it comes to connected lifestyle devices.

We’re resharing with you the full list of DIZO products that will be available on Lazada Philippines starting at 12 a.m. on February 12, along with their respective prices:

  • Smart entertainment
    • DIZO GoPods: P2,599
    • DIZO GoPods D: P999
    • DIZO GoPods Neo: P1,999
    • DIZO Buds Z: P1,499
    • DIZO Wireless: P999
  • Smart care
    • DIZO Watch 2: P1,999
  • Smart accessories
    • 2-in-1 Cable: P199
    • Type-C Cable: P179
    • Micro-USB Cable: P159
    • 5W Charger: P179
    • 12W Charger: P399
  • Classic feature phones
    • DIZO Star 500: P1,299
    • DIZO Star 300: P799

The best part about being an early adopter is you can get up to 30% off the said products if you make your purchase between February 12 and February 14. That’s not all. If you follow the DIZO Flagship Store on Lazada, you can get an additional 5% discount. Do take note that the devices will also be rolled out to DIZO stores and partner dealers nationwide.

We’ve been using some DIZO products since last week. We can’t wait to share with you our review of two of them, the DIZO Watch 2 and DIZO Buds Z.

DIZO Watch 2 price and specs and availability via Revu Philippines

DIZO Watch 2, one of the products we’re testing

Realme ended 2021 as the Philippines’ top smartphone vendor based on market-research firm Canalys’ local sell-in data for the first quarter to the fourth quarter. But it won’t rest on its laurels, of course. It will still continue to focus on the following: winning user-oriented philosophy and continued product innovation as a brand that is for and by the youth.

“Realme is and will always be a user-oriented brand, and our products are the key to our success,” Realme Philippines’ vice-president for marketing Austine Huang said. “We seek to understand our customers’ needs and optimize our product portfolio to meet the market needs and situation in this ever-evolving landscape.”

Expect more 5G devices from the world’s fastest-growing 5G Android phone brand in the third quarter last year. Expect a burgeoning ecosystem of AIoT Realme products. Expect new purchase channels and service centers. And expect branding campaigns that include a stronger presence in the esports and gaming scene and a more robust Dare To Dream social program.

Realme Philippines’ press release

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 22 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.