Realme, a fast-emerging smartphone brand in South East Asia has formally announced its official arrival in the Philippines this November 29, 2018. As a young brand, Realme aims to offer young people around the world with smartphones that combine stylish design and reliable performance.
In other parts of the world, the brand has already achieved a number of milestones, such as 4 million smartphone sales in just 3 months after it started operations in India. Recently, the brand has already expanded to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, and now, the Philippines.
With a portfolio of 4 smartphones, Realme is quickly establishing a community among young consumers. In fact, its product is one of the highest rated mobile phone on Amazon India’s Best Sellers list and also broke Flikart’s mobile phone sales record, becoming the fastest brand in country’s history to break the million-sales mark.
Meaning Behind the Brand
The “R” logo in “Realme Yellow” is designed by Eddie Opara, partner and chief designer of world-renowned design consultancy Pentagram. It’s an artistic and impactful representation of the brand’s vision of being proud to be young.
More Details to Come
Realme Philippines is set to unveil its product lineup on November 29, 2018. Customers are invited to check out the brand’s social media pages on Faecebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for updates on its latest offerings.
“We have worked hard to prepare the Philippine launching of Realme Philippines, as early as now we will listen and understand the needs of Filipino consumers to provide appealing offers and campaigns. We also aim to further push the growth of e-commerce in the Philippines through our product offerings and create the same effect we did in other South East Asian countries”
– Jacky Chen, Chief Operating Officer of Realme Philippines
The search for Realme Squad Leaders
The Realme Philippines community is also looking for Realme Squad Leaders – What you’ll need? enthusiasm and true passion for technology. Apart from providing information to co-community members, they will have the benefit of experiencing first the latest Realme devices and even get to propose their own community activities to be the pioneer of the brand.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.