The journey of Realme began in May 2018 when Oppo launched the Realme 1 smartphone. After that, the brand continued its life in the smartphone market in its own semi-independent way, and today, it marked a major milestone.
Realme reached 200 million shipments in just over five years, announced Sky Li, founder of Realme. Quick math reveals this is over 40 million per year, keeping in mind the relatively slow first year of sales.
Realme is popular with fans for its affordable devices with features that are way above the price segment. One of the most beloved devices on the market right now is the Realme 11 Pro – unique design, lovely screen and super fast charging for under €300.
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The 11 Pro lineup is the latest in what is an extremely popular number series in which customers always preferred the Pro solution. However, the company is also launching mighty flagships, and we expect the upcoming GT5 Pro to wow fans with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and the promise of “new era of low-light telephoto imagery”, courtesy of a 50 MP Sony IMX890 sensor behind a periscope telephoto lens.
Hope the improve the software on the gt 5 pro so to be able to use the full potential of the mighty 8 gen 3 unlike the gt 2 pro which could barely use the true potential of the 8 gen 1.
Just hope Realme dont repeat the mistake they made with Realme 10 series. The 10 series was barely an upgrade to the 9 series while increasing prices across the lineup caused sales to be low and they needed the stopgap Realme 11 series to claw back s...
Before : Innovative, Revolutionary & Premium Now : Expensive Same Sh!t But you’re right, Apple built their image so well. Those name & trademark alone will have more value than “Realme” brand.