Although OPPO’s sub-brand Realme is only slightly more than a year old, but the company has revealed today that they have already crossed the 10 million users mark globally as of July 10th. This is definitely something worth celebrating given how competitive today’s smartphone market is.
Since its genesis last year, Realme released a wide range of affordable smartphones which bring along innovative design paired with decent specs under the hood. Their value-for-money handsets help it to gain popularity quickly in emerging markets including India – where the vast majority of the company’s sale came from.
Although the company started out with a swathe of entry-level smartphones, but we can see that they are bringing in new innovations and are beginning to offer more mid-ranger and upper mid-ranger handsets. These of course, include the Snapdragon-driven Realme X and Realme 3 Pro.
Right now, we’re even hearing that the company is currently prepping their first-ever Snapdragon 855 Plus driven flagship, as well as a device which will feature an incredible 64 megapixels main snapper. With these devices under their current pipeline, the Realme’s future will definitely be more exciting than ever.