Chinese mobile brand Realme launched in Bangladesh

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:38, Feb 25,2020


Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has announced that it would be launching its products in Bangladesh along with setting up a manufacturing unit.

Officially established on May 4, 2018, Realme operates in 25 markets including China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Pakistan, Egypt and Europe, said a press release.

While addressing a press conference at a city hotel recently, Realme officials said that the company was committed to offer smartphone with powerful performance, stylish design and sincere services and to explore more possibilities for smartphones.

So far globally, Realme has launched nine smartphone models, including Realme 3 series, Realme 5 series, Realme C series and Realme X series.

In January and February 2020, Realme launched two 5G smartphones — Realme X50 and Realme X50 Pro.

In just 18 months since its establishment, Realme has reached a spot in the top 7 and become the fastest growing smartphone brand around the world.

By the end of December 31, 2019, global users exceeded 2.5 crore with a year-on-year increase by over 500 per cent.

Realme is committed to popularise 5G, brings affordable and trendy 5G smartphones for the youth, the release said.

As a young brand, Realme has built close cooperation with the supply chains represented by Qualcomm, enabling it to offer global consumers with the most advanced technologies and products instantly.

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