We have a new handset contender for the “budget king” crown. Today, Realme Philippines officially launched the Realme C2 for people who’d want to switch from a feature phone to a smartphone.
Realme Philippines is getting ready to release its product for those who’d want to make the jump from a feature phone to a smartphone.
The Realme 3 Pro, the company’s latest — and most specced-out — Android release on the market, is here, and it has impressed us greatly so far.
The Realme 3 Pro has officially debuted in the Philippines this week, with the phone starting at the low price of P12,990 ($247) unlocked. It’s excellent value for money, so easy to recommend to anyone after a fast and smooth Android experience for less.
The Realme 3 Pro has been launched in the Philippines today, after it hit the headlines in India earlier in April.
It’s finally here. The Realme 3 Pro is officially in the Philippines, ready to battle it out with other midrange smartphones on the market.
Realme, which first debuted in India barely a year ago, heads to China with a smartphone that has never been introduced in any of the markets it’s in. Not in India, not in the Philippines, not anywhere else.
The Realme 3 Pro is launching in the Philippines May 17 — that we all know. But how about the Realme C2 that was announced alongside the gaming-focused phone in India?
Realme is getting ready to launch the Realme 3 Pro in the Philippines. Come May 17, we’ll finally know how much the smartphone is going to cost here. But even before the said date, you can actually preorder the device already.
The annual Google developer conference kicked off today, and part of the software giant’s keynote included updates to Android Q, the next major release of Google’s mobile operating system.