This year marks Realme’s fourth anniversary. OPPO launched it as a new brand in 2018, and within four years, it had over 140 million users. It is currently the sixth largest smartphone company in the world. GSMArena interviewed Realme VP and Head of Realme International, Madhav Sheth, about the company’s future plans.
Realme GT 2 Master Edition, the company’s first Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 smartphone, debuted in China. Realme will release a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 powered flagship phone soon in international markets, which seems to be the global version of the GT 2 Master Edition, but Sheth did not share further details. As compared to other phones with the same chip, the SD8+G1 Realme phone will have a better design.
The GT-series flagship from Realme will feature top-notch experiences in design, display, screen experience, battery optimization, and charging. Each year, the company will launch only one generation of the number series. In six months, there will be smaller upgrades.
It is Sheth’s aim to introduce Realme’s products to European consumers. It plans to launch more audio products, wearables, notebooks, and TVs in addition to phones. Apparently, the company will build its own stores in Europe in the near future to increase its offline presence. The company will also expand its partnership with carriers at the same time.