With 120 smartphone brands globally, you need to really stand out to make an impression, and with realme only 17 months old, it has launched into Australia with a bang, with top features (including Australia's first 64 megapixel smartphone) at very challenging pricing.
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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