It's easy to forget Realme is just three years old, but in that time, has grown significantly, becoming a serious challenger to giant players.
Chinese smartphone vendor realme has launched two wearables in the Australian market, a set of buds and a watch, both of which will go on sale from 4 February, the former on pre-order and the latter for purchase.
Chinese smartphone maker realme has launched two low-budget smartphones in the Australian market, an indication that it believes that the 5G hype in Australia is just that – hype.
Chinese smartphone maker realme has launched its next model in Australia, with the realme 7 Pro claimed to be the "next evolution in smartphone technology".
Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme has become the fastest growing smartphone brand in south-east Asia, gaining a position among the top five in a number of key countries, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.
The managing director of the Chinese smartphone company realme in Australia says there are three features that smartphone buyers across the globe look for: a large screen, a big battery and a premium camera.
Smartphone manufacturer realme has revealed its new 125W UltraDART Flash Charging technology, claiming that this secures the brand's position as a leading one which continues to innovate.
Singtel Optus and China's realme have signed an agreement for the former to offer the latter's C3 smartphone as a pre-paid device for $199, The C3 was released in April at an RRP of $269.
Chinese smartphone firm realme has launched a new model, the realme 6, along with new ear buds and a band, all of which will be available for purchase from Thursday (23 April).
Chinese phone manufacturer realme has launched a budget smartphone in Australia, with the realme C3 costing just $269 and available for sale from Thursday (9 April).
With nearly 400 people in attendance, the 30th Anniversary of the Internet in Australia was a sold out event, featuring excellent speeches, a fascinating panel discussion, quantum supremacy, great prizes and more!
The over-crowded Australian smartphone market will see another entrant this month when the Chinese brand realme launches four devices at a function in Sydney on 17 October.
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