Madhav Sheth, the CEO of the Chinese smartphone maker Realme has confirmed that it is planning to launch its accessories ecosystem in the market. Earlier reports in October had indicated that the company was planning to launch the accessories in the market. Almost a month and a half later, Sheth has reiterated the plans while giving some concrete timeline to interested users. The announcement was part of the #AskMadhav | Episode 1 , a question and answer video that was uploaded on the official YouTube channel of Realme. This is a new series where users can ask Madhav questions and he will provide answers to select questions. Also Read - Realme 6i sale today via Flipkart: Price in India, specifications and moreAlso Read - Realme C15, Realme C12 listed on Flipkart ahead of India launch: Check new details
As part of the first episode, Madhav added that the company is planning to launch its earphones soon before the end of the year. In addition to this, he also answered other queries related to other aspects of Realme smartphones in the market. According to him, the company is planning to launch the final version of the ColorOS 5.2 for the Realme 1 users soon. The company has already launched the update in the beta form for the users who want to live on the bleeding edge. He also added that the company will soon allow users to unlock the bootloader on Realme devices. Also Read - Realme C15 and Realme C12 to launch on August 18 in India: Check expected price, specifications
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This comes days before the scheduled launch of its upcoming smartphone, the Realme U1. Realme U1 is a new series that the company is launching to aim at people who like to take selfies on their smartphones. As reported previously, the device will focus on its selfie-taking capabilities.
The device will also be the first to launch in the market with the MediaTek Helio P70 SoC. The device and its retails box has already leaked on the internet. The launch event is scheduled to take place on November 28. It is likely that the company may launch its earphones along with the Realme U1.