realme has secured yet another achievement getting the top spot in both Canalys and IDC’s local smartphone sell-in rankings for 2021, adding to its amazing list of milestones as a three year old brand.
As such, the brand is keen on keeping the momentum going with a new campaign unveiled during its #realXperience media event, where the brand shared its plans on how to achieve further success in the local tech scene. The event is also its first on-ground comeback since the start of the pandemic.
realme’s newest campaign, #realmeMyNumber1 was inspired by the remarkable achievements it has made in the Philippines, and aims to celebrate its success as well as create an environment where the Squad can freely express why the brand is their top choice.
To kick things off, realme also unveiled its first-ever billboard which features showbiz royalty Kathryn Bernardo, simultaneously airing across 20 major spots across the country.
The campaign also includes a social media giveaway wherein products like the realme 9 Pro, realme Smart TV, and realme Pad Mini are up for grabs. The brand is also gearing up for its first national photography contest, Pixel Perfect, which invites realme users and photography enthusiasts to take their skills to the next level.
Underscoring its commitment to giving back and paying it forward, realme is currently in partnership with J&T Express to give assistance to families devastated by Tropical Storm Agaton in Leyte.
During the event realme also showcased some of its newest products like the realme 9 Pro and Pro+, realme Pad Mini, realme Buds 3, and the newly-announced realme 9 Pro+ Free Fire Limited Edition. Products that haven’t been officially released in the Philippines such as the realme GT and GT2 Pro were also present.
“We are extremely grateful to our Squad: our fans, stakeholders, employees, and industry partners for making realme the their number 1 choice. This inspires us to continue outdoing ourselves by bringing more cutting-edge product innovations, a wider network of channels and stores, as well as stronger industry presence through disruptive campaigns.”
– Austine Huang, realme Philippines’ VP for Marketing