The Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro with four rear cameras each are now official in the Philippines, but the best is yet to come. At the end of the Realme’s keynote during the Realme 5 series launch, the former OPPO sub-brand teased an upcoming smartphone with a 64-megapixel camera that is due for a local release soon.
The Realme 5, along with the Realme 5 Pro, makes its Philippine debut today with three variants for you to choose from.
The Realme 5 Pro is here, and it comes in two variants: the P11,990 (around $231) 4GB/128GB model and the P13,990 ($269) 8GB/128GB variant.
Realme executives have recently been teasing the arrival of a Snapdragon 855 Plus-powered smartphone. Now, we know that it’s the Realme X2 Pro. Code-named Super Warrior, it’ll be the first in its segment to use the flagship processor, and it’s expected to launch in China by the middle of this month.
After launching in India in August, the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro with quad rear cameras will finally make their way to the Philippines next month.
We’ve already written about the confirmed design and specs of Realme’s 64-megapixel camera phone when the company briefed select members of the press at a not-so-official gathering in China.
A day after teasing the local launch of the Realme 5 Pro, Realme Philippines announced that a better C2 is now available nationwide.
So we were watching Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’s Mobile Professional League Philippines tournament when, lo and behold, news that will surely interest Realme fans appeared in the background.
It has not been officially launched yet, but we feel that we know the Realme XT so well now. All we need is the price and some hands-on time with the smartphone.
The stars of today’s Realme event may be the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro, but what the company revealed at the end of the program is equally interesting.
The Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro are now official, following a global launch event in India, the company’s biggest — and, arguably, most important — market.
We didn’t see this coming, but it is a welcome surprise nonetheless. Three of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world have formed an alliance to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one handset to another.
We know so little about the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro, which will debut in India August 20. Until recently, that is.
Realme has announced it will launch the Realme 5 series of smartphones next week.
Mark your calendars: Realme will be hosting a flash sale at the Shopee Brand Day Sale August 13th.
Realme recently held an exclusive event in India to detail all its future products. Not only has the company spilled the beans on what’s next for its smartphone portfolio, the former OPPO subsidiary also revealed new technologies it is working on.
Former OPPO sub-brand Realme is on a roll. Just a few days ago, market-research firm Counterpoint Research revealed that it was the fastest-growing smartphone company in the second quarter of 2019. Now, the brand has announced that it will hold a camera-innovation event August 8.
The Realme 3 is a great smartphone at a modest price. And now, it’s more affordable than ever to pick one up in the Philippines.
Market-research firm Counterpoint Research’s Quarterly Market Monitor Q2 2019 is out.
Qualcomm has announced a more powerful version of its flagship chip.