Relame has announced that entering in the offline domain in India. Realme Phone offline channel by partnering with Reliance Retails to make their devices available in 600 Reliance Digital and Reliance Jio Store in the India.
Realme Smartphone will be available at more than 130 cities across 600 Reliance Digital and My Jio stores in the first phase. The smartphone will be available from the Diwali for the customers.
Madhav Sheth said that “Through this partnership , we want to cater to the audience who does not access to the online platform and who want to compare and understand before making my decisions”.
The company also announced that starting from Jan 2019. Realme will be expanding its footprints to top 10 cities to look for distribution partners.
He added, With this partnership with Reliance store, we are product to have more locations to deliver this experience.
While the market respond well , we are expanding sale channel to reach out to the growing demands which is testimony to our approach.
Realme become the first ever smartphone brand to hit one million shipments within five months of launch across online channels.
Realme 2 was the most popular variant and it drove upgrades in the sub-$150 segment, according to the counterpoint Research. The brand has 2.6 per cent market share in July-Sept.
Tarun Pathak said, It makes sense for Realme to enter offline space as they have scaled fast in India. However, offline expansion can take time unless they leverage the existing channels.
It will be first brand to launch a Helio P70 powered smartphone. While the phone will most definitely be launched in India.
Company will also rolling out a new updated to its latest smartphone Realme 2 Pro. It will bring camera optimization and an improved battery life which will significantly consume less battery to gaming.
Realme 1 smartphone will be updated to feature Oppo‘s Color OS 5.2. It sports smart Assistant which helps in object recognition , Code Scanning, App prediction, Payment and smart driving.