Realme will unveil its first Smart TV at the MWC
Realme CMO Francis Wang is teasing a Smart TV announcement for the MWC. Answering questions on Twitter, he confirmed that Realme’s first smartband is arriving this month, event saying that it will be unveiled before the TV (MWC starts on February 24).
The Realme TV will target the Indian market, the brand’s strongest region. Also true to form, the TV will aim for the budget price segment. There’s no official word on size or capabilities, however.
Chief rival Xiaomi already has several TV models in the country and so does cousin OnePlus. Even Nokia has a Smart TV (which is exclusive to India), the Honor Vision TV is expected to launch this quarter as well.
Besides the TV and smartband, the company will also unveil the Realme C3 this month (actually, this Thursday). It will be the first phone to run Realme UI out of the box, a version of ColorOS 7 (based on Android 10) that has been customized for Realme phones.
Ps :- *Lives there.
- 04 Feb 2020
Well nowdays its seem sto be everything focused for Indian and China market just because like 40% of world global population is stored there.
- 03 Feb 2020