realme once again solidifies its leadership in smartphone sales once again at the first day of sale for its newest mid-range offerings – realme 8 series for 26,000 Filipinos who put in their orders.
realme 8 series was launched in the Philippines via a special livestream featuring Kathryn Bernardo on May 11 at its official page on Facebook page and YouTube channel. Since then, the brand has received a staggering amount of pre-orders for the new products.
The success of the realme 8 series can be attributed to the elevated features of the realme 8 and the realme 8 Pro, both are able to capture the passions and interests of the brand’s young, digital-savvy demographic. One such passion is content creation, with both the realme 8 and realme 8 Pro offering incredible camera features for every content-savvy user.
realme 8 Pro, in particular, is equipped with a 108MP quad-camera setup, offering advanced photo and video capabilities, as well as the world’s first Tilt-shift Time-lapse Video and Starry Time-lapse Video modes on smartphones that can be explored. realme 8 also proves to be a stellar mid-range smartphone with advanced camera features. Boasting a 64MP primary sensor, it packs three new portrait filters: Neon Portrait, Dynamic Bokeh, and New AI Portrait.
Thanks to its powerful MediaTek Helio G95 SoC, users can enjoy smooth and outstanding performance in top mobile games such as Mobile Legends, Call of Duty Mobile, League of Legends: Wild Rift, PUBG Mobile, and more.
realme 8 series is still available in all realme eCommerce platforms, concept stores, kiosks, and partner dealers nationwide. realme 8 retails for PhP13,990, while realme 8 Pro is priced at PhP15,990. Avail of flexible payment options and purchase these devices via Home Credit’s 6 or 9-month installment plans for the realme 8 Pro, and at a 6-month installment plan for the realme 8, both at 0% interest. Installment plans for major credit cards are also available.
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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.