It is undeniable that as a newcomer, Realme immediately reaped success. It’s no wonder that in a short time they were able to enter the ranks of the big global vendors.
The Counterpoint research institute places Realme in seventh position as the vendor that shipped the most smartphones during the third quarter of 2019.
This position rose from tenth place in the second quarter of 2019. This increase was driven by shipments of more than 10 million units from July to September 2019.
The growth from the previous year reached 808%. That is why Realme dares to claim itself as the fastest growing cellphone brand in the world. One of the fastest selling Realme series is the Realme 5.
Realme itself in early October announced that the number of global users had reached more than 17 million. Currently, the entire Realme product portfolio is present in more than 20 countries including China, India, Russia, India, Southeast Asian countries and Europe.
Realme has also achieved many achievements in each country, including in India. A number of market researches put Realme in the list of top 5 smartphone brands in India.
Realme doesn’t seem satisfied with the results it got today. They will continue to carry out a number of innovations, one of which is 5G.
In September, Qualcomm officially launched the Snapdragon 7 series 5G mobile platform, which Realme will be one of the producers to implement. It is believed that Realme, the Snapdragon 7 series 5G platform will make their products even stronger and bring a better experience for users.
Apart from that, Realme is also making great efforts in the IoT field, trying to research wearable devices, AR / VR, Game Cloud and other aspects. The exploration of new products in the IoT field is also Realme’s plan for the development of the 5G ecosystem in order to find more application scenarios.
Realme is committed to accelerating the implementation of 5G connectivity around the world, leveraging the entire global market to bring a better 5G exploration experience through new products, and helping local 5G producers test the infrastructure for building the 5G internet to enter the faster 5G era, said Realme. in its official statement.