This year, with Realme’s fourth birthday they will be launching Realme’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 . Within four years of its 2018 debut, as a new brand carved off from OPPO, it has reached more than 140 million users worldwide. It is reportedly the sixth-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. In an interview with GSMArena, Madhav Sheth, Realme’s VP and Head of Realme International, discussed some of the company’s future plans.
Realme’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Phone Details
China was the first country where the Realme GT 2 Master Edition (review), the company’s first smartphone on Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, was released.
Sheth stated during the interview that Realme will likely announce a flagship phone in international markets that are powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which seems to be the worldwide version of the GT 2 Master Edition, but he withheld any other information. Compared to most other countries other phones using the same chip, the SD8+G1 Realme phone will have a better design.
The GT-series flagship from Realme (Realme’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1) will debut in 2023 as well as provide top-tier experiences in areas including design, display, screen experience, battery optimization, and charging.
Sheth wants European consumers to experience the large quality of Realme’s goods. The company anticipates releasing more audio items, wearables, laptops, and TVs in addition to phones. By establishing its own stores in Europe soon, it would suggest that the corporation will put more emphasis on its offline presence. The corporation will broaden its connection with carriers at the same time.