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Realme Working on 108-megapixel Camera Phone: Madhav Sheth

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Realme Working on 108-megapixel Camera Phone: Madhav Sheth

Realme is set to counter Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 series by launching its 108-megapixel camera smartphone soon. After introducing 48-megapixel and 64-megapixel camera phone. Realme India’s CEO Madhav Seth told that we are working a smartphone with the 108-megapixel sensor. Sheth, however, did not disclose any information about the upcoming smartphone.

According to the Gadgets 360, the launch of the Realme X2 Pro last month had hinted at the 108-megapixel camera phone by the company and stated that the company wanted to provide the latest technology to its users alongside delivering an optimised experienced.

β€œSpecs are for the user to use them… Tech industry was all about [the] specs, but selling specs is a marketing tool that is not what I love to do.”

He added, “Realme will not be a mobile brand; it will become a tech lifestyle brand. Our philosophy is quite simple. We will introduce IoT products not just for the sake of it, but we will bring such products that help and benefit the users.”

Realme is also further planning to strengthen its offline presence. Sheth said, “We are planning to expand our offline presence in the country by reaching 30,000 to 35,000 retail stores by the end of December 2020.”

Realme will compete with the Mi Note 10 series with its 108-megapixel camera phone sometime early next year. The company is also expected to leverage its strong growth this year and foray into new segments including smart home.

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Sheth said, β€œIt is the most important thing for us. We at Realme believe that all the partners should be at the same level whether it is online and offline. It has a clear vision for the offline market and will follow the same strategy we adopted in the online market. We know that we will not see the same pace of growth offline which we saw in the online space but we have to reach customers wherever they are present.”

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