Not bad for the young brand, after all
It has been a good three months since Realme officially landed in the Philippines. In spite of only having the Realme C1 to offer, this young brand accomplished quite a lot. To make its presence strong, Realme partnered with Lazada and Shopee for flash sales and to strengthen their foothold in the eCommerce market.
Aside from the online market, Realme Philippines gave importance to the offline market, kicking things off with a partnership with MemoXpress, along with partnering with several stores nationwide, in cities like Baguio, Cebu, Pampanga, Iloilo, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, and General Santos.
Even with just the Realme C1, their sole offering (for now) prove to be a hit, delivering the best value-for-money at the under-Php 6k segment. Aside from an insane battery life, its dual rear camera setup, large display, and a capable processor, there’s no question why the Realme C1 is a serious contender for the budget segment.
Aside from phones, Realme is also serious with the whole ecosystem, which is why it also launched a pair of earbuds and a backpack as well.
What is in store for Realme Philippines? As PR Manager Eason De Guzman said during a lunch with members of the media, they intend to deploy 100 Realme kiosks nationwide in three months and plan to launch a new Realme smartphone soon.