The fastest-growing smartphone brand in the world, realme launched its budget friendly C11 2021 whose MRP is Rs.19,999 last month to Sri Lankan audience. With a huge 5000mAh battery, based on Android 11, OTG reverse charging, 6.5-inch screen, allowing the users to enjoy smart tech life.
Previously on June 3, realme made a major global 5G Summit when it declared that it would enable 100 million young consumers to use 5G smartphones within the next three years. The forthcoming unveiling of flagship killer phone on June 15, the realme GT becomes the first such unveiling of a top of the line handset in the realme GT series.
With ‘Sheer Speed Flagship‘ as its slogan, the powerful realme GT flagship phone, seen as a killer phone among realme offerings, epitomizes the company’s ‘Dare to Leap‘ spirit by integrating cutting-edge design and technology while capturing the original essence of the Grand Touring (GT) experience that the youth crave.
Interestingly, in conjunction with June 15 realme GT global launch scheduled at UTC+1 01:00 PM, realme will also announce its latest AIoT strategy with a slew of new AIoT products under realme TechLife. By further developing a wide-ranging series of products in AIoT ecosystem, realme strives to serve almost every aspect of a young consumers’ modern lifestyle.
realme’s first flagship smartphone of 2021, the realme GT saw a stunning reception in the market. By bringing realme GT to new markets overseas, the smartphone brand for youth is now determined to set new standards in flagship experiences among such consumers worldwide.
In 2020, realme launched 14 5G devices in 21 markets, accounting for around 40% of all its products. By 2022, the company aims to increase the number of its 5G offerings to over 20, upping the ratio to 70% across 50 markets.
realme also plans to take the industry lead in launching a 5G mobile phone at a US$100 price point in the next few years. In such a backdrop, realme affirmed its commitment to become a ‘popularizer of 5G‘ and shared its latest pledge to advance the adoption of 5G in global markets at the June 5 Summit themed ‘Making 5G Global: Accessibility for All‘.