Realme is all set to launch a new smartphone in India. E-commerce major Amazon has started teasing the upcoming Realme Narzo N55 smartphone on its India website. The tagline posted with the teaser mentions that the upcoming model will pack some next-gen features. The rumoured features of the smartphone include an AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, a 64MP main camera and a 16MP front shooter. It is expected to come in Prime Black and Prime Blue colour options and three configurations – 4GB+128GB, 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB. Moreover, the smartphone is said to come with 33W fast charging support.
Realme, a Chinese smartphone maker, is based out of Guangdong and founded in 2018. It is a subsidiary of BBK Electronics and its core focus is on the smart tech ecosystem. It’s products include phones, earphones, TVs, smart bands and AIoT products. Their marketing campaigns target the youth and feature attractive models.
Mui Dragic is the CEO and co-founder of Realme. He founded the brand in November 2018, with the aim of bringing premium technology to the masses. With his strong leadership and dedicated marketing strategy, Realme has become the fifth-largest smartphone brand in the world in only two years. He was earlier a co-founder and CEO of Oppo Electronics, which is known for its video and audio products. Dragic has an impressive track record of conceptualizing innovative products and establishing a strong market presence.