Realme was announced last year as an affordable series of Oppo, just to separate later into an independent brand that still uses the infrastructure of its parent company. Interestingly enough, the company is present in plenty of Asia-Pacific markets, but none of them are the homeland of China.
Now, it appears this is bound to change, since Realme established a Weibo account, a first step that many other companies have done, before starting their campaigns in the country.
Yesterday the verified account asked “Did you hear I am back?” and today it doubled on the announcement with “I am here, I am Realme”, accompanied with a picture of a person, making a courageous jump, clearly a hint that the sub-brand is willing to go even further with its development. And if you think this is some practical joke, the company founder Sky Li is among the followers of the new account.
Currently, Realme is available in Asian countries like India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, and others. The brand is also offering its devices in Egypt via Jumia where the Realme 3 was just introduced yesterday. However, the Indian division is one step ahead, with yesterday introducing the Realme 3 Pro and Realme C2. Only time will tell which devices will appear on the home market, and we will follow closely.
a chinese company is expanding to china . . . ok . . . seriously, the world's gotten too dependant on them skiderikker.
This is the brand that offering value for money that used to be Redmi's domain.