Realme entered the smartphone scene in 2018 as an underdog with huge potential. Now, in 2021, the former OPPO sub-brand is currently one of the top mobile brands in the Philippines and in the region after seeing exponential year-on-year growth since its inception.
In an interview with Realme chief marketing officer Chase Xu last year, he confirmed that the company would release more than 100 AIoT [Artificial Intelligence of Things] products in 2021. Today, two of them #realmeTechLife products have become official in the Philippines.
The successors to the Realme 7 and Realme 7 Pro could be just around the corner. The Realme 8 series might be teased as early as March 2. And it may arrive with a 108-megapixel quad-camera setup, according to teasers shared by Realme global CEO Madhav Sheth and the brand’s official social media pages, which recently posted an invite to …
The new Narzo phones have landed. The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G and Realme Narzo 30A have debuted in India, succeeding a lineup that saw one of the units — the Realme Narzo 20 — launching in the Philippines late last year.
It’s not only the Realme Smart TV and Realme Watch S Pro that we’re looking forward to on Shopee Philippines soon. The No. 1 smartphone brand in the country is also offering the Realme 7 series models at a discount more than a week from now.
Realme Philippines will officially unveil the Realme Smart TV and Realme Watch S Pro March 2 during a livestream on its Facebook page and YouTube channel. For now, we don’t know how much Realme’s new products will cost, but we finally have a date when they will be first available and where you can purchase them online.
So apparently, Realme‘s upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 phone will be showcased at MWC Shanghai, which starts February 23, ahead of its official March 4 launch in China. But as early as now, we already know some more significant details of the device.
Realme earlier confirmed that it will launch the Narzo 30 series in India February 24. The livestream will introduce the Narzo 30A, Narzo 30 Pro, and Buds Air 2 true wireless earphones, according to digital invites the company sent to the media.
Now, we can confirm it: Realme‘s next flagship smartphone, previously rumored to have the Race moniker, will actually be called the Realme GT.
The successor to the Narzo 20 series is about to break cover. And just before the lineup’s launch date is even announced, Realme surprises us with a first official look at one of the yet-to-be-unveiled models.