It’s not just 2 weeks since the New Year started, but market activity has already begun. Confused as to which market? Not so much; Smartphone market !! We have already seen all the smartphone makers have released countless smartphone models in the last 12 days. All companies try to innovate in terms of prices. If you think the Xiaomi 11 HyperCharge is one of the best phone under 30000, the Moto G71, and the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE are the biggest market launches this month, you are mistaken.
With January 2022 in progress, major releases are still pending in the smartphone world. While Xiaomi is ready to announce the launch of its high end Xiaomi 11T Pro.
RealMe has extensively prepared to launch its Indian version with the launch of the frugal Realme 9I smartphone.
Vivo sub-brand company iQOO has also announced the release of iQOO 9 series in the end of January month, it is yet to be announced as to when it will be released.
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Although IQO has yet to announce the release of its IQOO 9 series, the “Coming Soon” ads hint that its release may be over in a few weeks.
Realme: Soon to launch globally, Realme GT 2: What is the company’s next projects?
This smartphone has already been launched in global markets and is expected to arrive in India with no change. This means that the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 680 chip, a 6.6-inch FHD +90 Hertz LCD display, a fast-charging 5000mAh battery with a 33-watt capacity, and an Android-based Real Mi UI2 base. You will also get a 50MP main +2MP rear +2MP black and white sensor and a 16MP camera.
Considering that this smartphone is the device of the ‘i’ series, the market price of the Moto G31 and Infinix Note 11 is expected.
Dragon Ball Edition Real Me GT Neo 2:
Real Me Neo 2 is not a new version, but it is being advertised as launching in India with the Dragon Ball Z version. The smartphone will have a painted job feature backed by a delightful Dragon Ball Z, although there is no possibility of any change in features. Users can enjoy smartphones featuring this animated cartoon series with special designs.
Realme has recently launched its own premium flagship smartphone, the Realme GT 2 Series, which is currently limited to China. Snapdragon 8 includes the Generation 1-powered Real Me GT 2 Pro. The Real Me GT2 Pro is the brand’s most expensive smartphone, and the 8G1 chipset features a smartphone specialty. The company has not yet announced the specifications of when the Realme GT 2 Series will be available globally.
What are the company’s plans and details?
Realme India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth have revealed the company’s plans for 2022 and some other details. In a conversation with the Android Authority, Madhav revealed that the Real Me GT2 Series will be launched globally soon, with smartphones coming to the European markets. He has confirmed that the wide release includes India.
The company has also announced plans to expand its tablet portfolio in different price categories. Last year, Realme first tablet, the Realme Pad, launched at a starting price of Rs 15,000. The company may also see some new Real Me laptops this year, company news sources said.
The company recently released its second laptop, the Realme Book Enhanced, and announced that the company will launch a 12th-gen Intel CPU-powered device. It’s not clear whether the new laptop is a refreshed version of the original Real Me Book or a new device.
Realme Provides Reduced OS Time:
Real Me has been promising 2-year OS updates for its smartphones for some time. This is lower than brands such as Apple, Vivo, HMD Global-backed Nokia Mobile. This is because the time when these brands offer an OS update is much longer. However, Madhav Sheth said in a press release that the company has no plans to change it and will continue to get three years of security features for Real Mi phones.
What more products will Realme launch?
Madhav Sheth has confirmed US market plans and explained how most Chinese brands are struggling to make an impact. “There are several reasons for this,” Seth said.
Heads of Realme India and Europe have expressed their willingness to enter the American market. However, it has not yet confirmed the sale of the phones. The company says it will introduce a range of products, such as TVs, watches, earbuds, and vacuum robots.