Realme Opens its PH Flagship Store in SM City Iloilo!


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Realme recently opened its flagship store in the Philippines, located at one of the most beautiful cities in the country, Iloilo. This also marks the brand’s first anniversary amidst numerous milestones, including a series of successful product launches and record-breaking offline and online sales.

The brand’s biggest offline stores is located at SM City Iloilo, and houses its complete lineup of smartphones, merchandise and accessories, including iconic cases and realme buds.

This milestone reflects the company’s continued efforts to grow its market in the Philippines. Its network now comprises 15 concept stores, 29 exhibits, 243 kiosks, 4500 partner stores, and 25 service centers nationwide.

“As more Filipinos seek real value offered by realme smartphones, we at realme Philippines continue to expand our offline channels to make our products more accessible to more Filipinos. In just one year since we launched here in the Philippines, we have been recognized as a leading smartphone brand in the country, thanks to our aggressive market expansion and communication initiatives and of course the support of our Filipino fans. The opening of realme’s flagship store is another step toward the premiumization of our brand while still keeping to our promise of providing real value.”

– Austine Huang, realme Philippines Marketing Director

Realme now has 28 stores and four service centers across the Visayas region, and plans to open more kiosks, stores, and service centers in the City of Love next year.

New realme users are encouraged to join the realme community, the biggest and most active community in Facebook for a smartphone brand. Members can get to know ore about realme, while also engaging with the growing family of realme users in the Philippines. Fans can share their experiences, ask for tips and tricks, and even get access to exclusive activities.

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.

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