After launching the Realme 6i in the Philippines, the company’s local arm will release the new Realme 6 series in the country next. We’ve had the Realme 6 Pro for a while now, and we’re kicking things off with our first impressions of the Realme 5 Pro‘s successor.
Mark those calendars! After launching the Realme 6i and Realme Band in the Philippines, the company is set to announce the Realme 6 Pro next.
We reported that Realme will launch a new gaming-focused 5G smartphone for the Chinese market May 25. Today, we finally know what it’s called.
The Realme 6i with MediaTek Helio G80 just launched in the Philippines, with the others in the 6 series probably going official soon, too.
The world’s first MediaTek Helio G80 smartphone has landed in the Philippines.
Antutu’s global list of best-performing Android smartphones in April is in, and we’re seeing new chart-toppers.
Realme has launched a new smartphone series in India, and, as expected, the company’s new devices bring powerful performance and attractive designs to the budget segment.
Realme Philippines has a new smartphone for the local market that you may want to wait for if you’re interested in an affordable unit powered by a gaming-focused chipset.
And just like that, it looks like Realme Philippines will be back at launching devices once again after a hiatus because of the COVID-19-related lockdown imposed in many areas in the country.
Realme has started rolling out its Realme UI software update to the Realme 3 and Realme 3i smartphones, joining the Realme 3 Pro, which received the update in late January.