Ever since OPPO launched its sub-brand Realme, the company has been on a roll. Realme has managed to capture the budget market really well, despite facing tough competition from Xiaomi. They recently launched the Realme 3 Pro and Realme C2. Well, it seems like the company is all set to enter another market now, that too overseas.
Realme to enter China
Realme has announced its plans to enter the world’s biggest smartphone market, that is in China. The brand’s Weibo page has also gone live, suggesting the same.
The Weibo page of the Realme doesn’t reveal anything regarding its plan in China but the fact that the page is already live suggests that the launch of Realme in China is about to happen very soon. Additionally, Realme is also considering entering the Middle East and the Europen market by the end of this year. This would bring the total countries that Realme operates in to ten. Currently, the brand has its presence in India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt, and the Philippines.
Realme 3 Pro to launch in China?
Now, while the company has not officially confirmed anything, it seems that the Realme 3 Pro could be among the first smartphones to be available in China when the brand officially announces its entry in the world’s largest smartphone market. The Realme 3 Pro comes with Snapdragon 710 SoC with up to 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It runs Android 9 Pie-based ColorOS 6 and is powered by a 4045mAh battery with VOOC 25W fast charging support.