The Realme 2 (3/32GB) now costs INR 9,500 ($130/€115) while the 4/64GB version remains at INR 11,000 ($150/€132). Meanwhile the C1 has gone up to INR 8,000 ($110/€96).
Note that these prices are still listed as discounts from the MSRP – INR 10,000 for the base Realme 2 and INR 9,000 for the C1. This means that further increases in price are quite possible.
A few days ago Realme’s CEO tweeted that “rupee rates are falling”. Components for mobile phones are bought in USD, so conversion rates can have a huge impact on a company working on razor-thin margins.
The prices of the Realme 2 and C1 in Indonesia are unaffected – they remain at IDR 2,000,000 and IDR 1,400,000, respectively.
realme is best branded phone. i like realme 2 pro very much.
Yeah you should be appointed as finance minister as soon as possible. Look at the world economy, reason for the rupee fall is the trade war between US and china. You people are the best at blaming others.