Realme has launched a new smartphone, the Realme V13 5G as apart of the company's V series. The smartphone falls in the budget price segment and is one of the few affordable 5G phones out there. The new Realme smartphone has been introduced alongside the Realme GT Neo. Read on to know more about the
Realme GT Neo, the Chinese OEM's latest mid-range smartphone has finally been introduced in China. While some of the core details were already teased by the company in the past week, Realme has now announced the official price and availability details of the new GT-series phone. The device has been launched for a starting price
Realme GT Neo is expected to arrive in China today as a variant of the Realme GT. Ahead of the launch, the device has received the BIS and TENNA certifications, which suggests it will launch in India as well and this could happen pretty soon. The BIS certification is in addition to the phone's appearance
Realme is on a roll. In the last few months, the Chinese smartphone brand has released phones are phones in the country, now, some more are said to follow. A recent tweet by Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth suggests that the Realme C25 could launch in India sooner than one can expect. The smartphone recently
Realme 8 Pro (along with the Realme 8) has just been launched in India. The phone is the company's first with 108-megapixel rear cameras and competes with the likes of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. It also comes with a Super AMOLED display, 50W fast charging, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and more as
Realme Holi Days sale is being held until March 25, during which the company will be offering deals and discounts across its range of products including smartphones, Smart TVs, and accessories. Those paying by Freecharge will get a flat Rs 75 cashback, while those using MobiKwik to make purchases will get 10 percent cashback of
Realme GT Neo's first look has been teased by the company to create hype around the phone ahead of its official debut on March 31. The teaser image also confirms a few key aspects of the new GT series smartphone. Let's take a look at the details. Realme GT Neo design Speaking of the Realme
Earlier this week, Realme launched its Realme 8 series in India. Now the company has confirmed that it is currently working on 5G variants of the same. The new 5G models are expected to come with an upgraded list of specifications. Apart from the company's confirmation, the Realme 8 5G has also surfaced on Thailand's
Realme was recently caught throttling the performance scores for its Realme GT smartphone, due to which the company was banned by Antutu for three months and have been warned about a permanent ban if they continue to do so. Now, the company has been found to be using an iPhone to demonstrate the game streaming
Realme is all set to launch a new budget smartphone, the Realme C11 2021 in its C series. The smartphone has recently been spotted on the FCC certification site, giving us an idea as to what features and specifications it could get. This comes after the Realme smartphone appeared on BIS and NBTC certification websites
Realme launched two new smartphones in India on Wednesday including the Realme 8 and the Realme 8 Pro. The latest smartphone series starts at a price tag of Rs 14,999 and competes against the Redmi Note 10 series. A new report now suggests that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is working on a 5G version of
The 108-megapixel camera is all the hype these days. Whether it be a luxurious Samsung S21 Ultra or an affordable Redmi Note from Xiaomi, the "108MP" tag is visible everywhere. So how can Realme stay behind? Hence, the Realme 8 Pro has taken shape, trying to lure us with its 108-megapixel quad rear cameras, a
Realme, after a number of leaks and teasers, has finally launched the Realme 8 series in India, as well as, in Europe. The series, consisting of the Realme 8 and the 8 Pro are successors to the Realme 7 series and primarily put a focus on the cameras. This stands true for the Realme 8
Realme recently launched the Realme GT 5G in China, following which a GT Neo edition of the smartphone was teased. Now, the smartphone has been spotted on BIS, IMEI Database, and even Geekbench, giving us an inkling that it might launch soon, that too, in India. This comes after the expected arrival of the Realme
Realme has put out a teaser for a "new flagship" with the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G processor. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth said in a tweet that this will be the first Realme smartphone to feature this processor, without revealing the name of the device. To recall, Sheth tweeted about a Realme X-series smartphone with
The smartphone launch season is here and Realme is already among the ones launching umpteen number of phones. The Realme 8 series will be coming next week but the company's CEO has revealed plans to launch another phone in the near future. Called the Narzo 30, it will join the recently launched Narzo 30 series
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme is all set to launch the Realme C25 in the Indonesian market. The smartphone will go official on March 23. Alongside the C25, the smartphone manufacturer will unveil another device, dubbed the Realme C21. To recall, the C21 was launched in the Malaysian market last month. The launch of the
They say you should never rely solely on AnTuTu scores while choosing your next smartphone. The synthetic benchmark platform barely represents the real-world performance and is only representative of the raw performance under ideal conditions. Still, if you care for AnTuTu scores and the newly launched Realme GT, this could be a setback for you.
Realme is in no mood to stop anytime soon. The company has already released a number of devices this year. Weeks after releasing the new Narzo series, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is all set to launch the Realme 8 series in India. The smartphone series is set to launch in the country on March 24.
Realme has posted a new teaser that confirms the 108MP camera smartphone's debut on March 24, a day just after the OnePlus 9 series launch. The teaser video shot at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, India shows Madhav Sheth, VP of Realme and CEO of Realme India and Europe driving a sports car.