Realme is gearing up to enter the Chinese market about a year after the former OPPO sub-brand was launched in India, where it currently is one of the top five smartphone brands. What is it going to unveil there?
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi recently announced the Redmi Y3 for the competitive Indian market. It’s the successor to the Y2, which is known in the Philippines as the Redmi S2.
We admit we didn’t see this one coming. Besides the Realme 3 Pro, the company also launched the successor to the Realme C1 today, April 22.
Former OPPO sub-brand and now separate entity Realme has taken the wraps off not only the Realme C2 but also the higher-end version of the Realme 3.
Almost two weeks ago, we revealed that the Realme 3 is our pick for the best budget smartphone that came out in the Philippines in the first quarter of 2019. We summarized our reasons in the video we embedded at the end of this article — all those for a price that starts at P6,990 (around $135).
Back when the Realme 3 was announced last month, Realme promised to launch the Pro version a month after. The company has kept its word by sending out invitations to the Realme 3 Pro event on April 22.
If you’re looking for a smartphone priced under P10,000 (around $192) that has almost everything you might want in such a device, you should definitely consider picking up the Realme 3.
We all know the Realme 3 Pro is coming. CEO Madhav Sheth himself revealed at the end of the Realme 3 launch event in India that it will become official in April to go head to head with the Redmi Note 7 Pro. But that’s about it. No key specs, no pictures of the upcoming smartphone.
The Realme 3 and Samsung Galaxy M20 are two of the most popular budget smartphones today, promising real value for money with their specs and features. Both come in at around the P10,000 (around $192) mark, which is reasonable.
Good news: The Realme 3, which we recently reviewed and found to be one of the best budget options in the Philippines, is headed to physical stores nationwide.
The Realme 3 launched with a jaw-dropping price tag of as low as P6,990 (around $132), making it the most affordable MediaTek Helio P60 smartphone in the Philippines.
We’re seeing a bunch of great smartphones at midrange price points with increasing regularity lately. Our conclusion: You can already get a lot for your money without needing to spend a lot to pay a flagship price.
When Realme Philippines told consumers to “discover real value” in the Realme 3, we didn’t know it would be this one heck of a value.
OPPO sub-brand Realme has launched the Realme 3, its latest budget smartphone, in India. The Realme 3 is a well-specced, well-priced phone that’s set to go on sale from March 12. It will be officially revealed March 19th in the Philippines.
Realme is one of the fastest-growing smartphone brands here and overseas. The company announced today the Realme 3, its latest budget smartphone, at a press conference in India, just in time to go up against the Samsung Galaxy M20 and the Redmi Note 7.
We reported yesterday that Realme’s next phone, believed to be the Realme 3, for the Philippine market may arrive as early as March. It turns out we were right.
Realme has made quite a stir in the Philippine market since its official launch in the country in November last year.
Realme Philippines already has many partner stores nationwide, but it doesn’t have any of its own just yet. Well, that’s going to change soon.
One of the best budget phones on the market right now just got better. Realme has announced the Realme C1 2019 for the Indian market, which addresses one of the common complaints people had about last year’s C1 — lack of memory.
Realme entered the local smartphone market late last year. And just a couple of months later, the OPPO sub-brand took to social media to announce that the Realme C1, the company’s first and only offering in the Philippines (for the meantime, at least), is now available offline nationwide.