Realme smartphones clearly seams to be knocking Xiaomi’s Redmi Smartphones out of Indian Market.
The all new Realme 1, which is Oppo’s sub brand, is a we crafted device that delivers on both price as well as quality, touting the fact that each phone goes through 18 quality tests for the motherboard, more than 100,000 drop tests, and multiple humidity and temperature tests. These kinds of tests are standard across the industry.
Realme Price and Specifications :
The phone features a 6.0-inch FHD+ 18:9 display, and is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P60 chipset with four 2.0GHz Cortex A73 cores paired with four Cortex A53 cores. MediaTek hasn’t fared well in the budget segment in recent years, but it looks like the P60 has the potential to change that. Other specs of the Realme 1 include a 13MP rear camera, 8MP front shooter, and a 3400mAh battery.
Like OPPO’s mid-range phones, the Realme 1 features the company’s AI-assisted selfie mode, which analyzes your facial features and fixes any blemishes. Another feature to make its way from the F7 is the Diamond Black rear design, an interlacing pattern that allows the phone to catch the light at various angles.
Realme 1 is running Oreo based on ColorOS 5.0. The Realme 1 is available in two storage configurations initially: a base model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage for ₹8,990 ($135), and a version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage for ₹13,990 ($205). While the rest of the specifications look great for a phone in this category, the Realme 1 misses out on a fingerprint sensor.
The Realme 1 will go up for sale exclusively on Amazon India starting May 25 for as low as ₹8,990 ($135), and the aggressive pricing suggests OPPO is intent on stealing market share away from Xiaomi.
We hope that Oppo has better ways of selling the smartphone unlike Flash Sales, which will be beneficial for both customers and the company.
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