Realme is officially expanding to China, as the Oppo sub-brand has already set up a local website with a landing page and is already on Weibo. Today the company posted a video at the social network, showcasing a new smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera in the center.
The video is less than a minute and consists a repetitive upbeat melody that can easily stick in your head and leave you humming “it’s me, it’s me, it’s Realme” for the rest of the day. It is the official theme song and the clip has young people having fun, taking selfies, dancing and other stuff to hype you about the new device.
Realme will reveal more about its plans for China on May 3, but after a talk with the director of the Indian division, we know the company is also expanding to Europe through online retailers. It seems like we will have at least one or two new phones before the end of June, which is encouraging for all the fans wanting affordable smartphones with exciting specs.
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The cheaters of them too. With fake advertisements and then no phone from them capable to win any chart compared with competitors in real tests.
You should try their phones to see the camera capability. Realme is backed by Oppo, so you know camera will be good.
this is nothing to be proud of. its an insult to technology.