After the success of its debut smartphone, the well-received C1, Realme has confirmed that it’s gearing up for the launch of its next smartphone for the Philippine market, and it’s happening this March.
According to the brand, this next product features ultra-strong imaging capabilities, as well as better performance, an most of all, impressive design elements that are not usually found in its price range.
“We are extremely happy to announce that we are once again ready to bring real value to the smartphone experience of Filipinos. The realme C1 was welcomed warmly by the local market, and we are truly grateful for the support we have been receiving these past few months. We take the positive market response as a vote of confidence and so we are optimistic that the new phone that we will be launching this Marchwill receive the same warm welcome, if not warmer. With this new product, our Filipino fans will discover even more what real value for smartphones means.”
– Jacky Chen, realme Philippines Chief Operating Officer
The Realme C1 has already garnered several achievements under its belt, hailed as the best budget smartphone by numerous tech critics after its launch. The new smartphone to be launched this March with its tagline #DiscoverRealValue will once again redefine the definition of value for money.
Celebrating 100 days in the country, Realme has already expanded to over 1,500 stores nationwide. Partnering with two online shopping giants, the brand has also mounted flash sales which were sold out, online and offline, and has established its online community within just 3 months of operation. The launch of its next smartphone is set to disrupt the entry-level segment even more strongly than before.
“More than just launching smartphones, we provide real value to our customers by being a smartphone brand that focuses on the needs of our customers. Definitely there are more surprises ahead with our upcoming new smartphone.”
– Eason de Guzman, realme Philippines Marketing Lead
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.