This just in: Realme will debut a new smartphone for the Philippine market next week.
Realme has announced the Buds Air true wireless earphones in the Philippines, less than a week after teasing it on social media.
We reported two days ago that the Realme Buds Air, the company’s first true wireless earphones, will be launched in the Philippines soon, following a short teaser published by Realme‘s local arm.
Remember Realme‘s Apple AirPods lookalike that debuted in India December 17? Well, they will finally be launched in the Philippines.
On the day its first 5G smartphone became official, Realme announced the C2 2020 in Thailand as the Realme C2s. In neighboring Vietnam, it launched the Realme 5i. And we wonder if it’s coming to the Philippines.
The Realme X50 5G, the brand’s first 5G smartphone, is official. And it’s everything we had expected it to be: a feature-rich device that can work on the next-gen mobile network but is not heavy on the wallet.
Remember the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, formerly known as the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which was formed by Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one device to another?
Realme’s first 5G smartphone will debut January 7. But we don’t have to wait two more days to see its specs; the website of Chinese certification authority TENAA already has them.
Back in August 2019, Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO announced a partnership called the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which is now called Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance. It will enable their devices to have an AirDrop-like file-transfer feature for wireless and seamless sharing of data at high speeds.
The Realme 5i will launch January 6 as the brand’s first smartphone offering for the new year.
Many smartphones have made their mark on us this year. From budget models to sub-flagships and flagships, there are a lot of memorable products out there. More than we care to mention here.
Realme‘s first 5G smartphone has been teased for a while now. However, the OPPO offshoot hasn’t announced the launch date — until today, December 24, that is.
Two yet-to-be-announced Realme smartphones have been spotted on the website of Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority, suggesting the Realme 5i and Realme C3 are ready to make their debut.
Realme has promised to offer a closer-to-stock Android implementation of ColorOS 7 for its devices. At the launch of the Realme X2 and Realme Buds Air in India, the company goes into a bit more detail of what users can expect from the Realme UI and when it will be coming to their smartphones.
Counterpoint has released its report on the performance of smartphone brands in the Philippines last quarter.
Before the Realme Buds Air were launched in India on December 17, there was a leak that revealed the cost of the wireless earbuds. Now that they’re official, we’re happy to report that they come bearing a lower price tag. The Realme Buds Air cost ₹3,999 (around P2,848, $56) instead of the rumored ₹4,999 (P3,560, $70).
Realme is all set to enter the wireless earbuds market with the launch of the Realme Buds Air on December 17. Through teasers, we’ve learned a bit about the earbuds already, but because of Indian e-commerce site Flipkart, we find out that they will cost ₹4,999 (around P3,580, $71).
Just in time for Lazada’s annual 12.12 sale, Realme Philippines will be dropping the prices of all its smartphones, including the much-coveted Realme XT with a 64-megapixel quad camera. The company is offering discounts for as much as 21% during the Brand Mega Offer period from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. on December 12.
During the launch of the Realme XT in the Philippines, the former OPPO sub-brand also unveiled the Realme Buds 2 and Realme Buds Wireless. Both audio accessories — priced at P690 (around $14) and P1,990 ($39), respectively — will be available at the much-awaited Lazada 12.12 sale.
Qualcomm has announced not one but three 5G-capable mobile platforms at its annual technology summit. The Snapdragon 865 chip is the successor to the 855, which is used by many of today’s flagship devices. The Snapdragon 765 and 765G (the “G” stands for gaming), on the other hand, will power midrange smartphones.