Realme is entering China, Weibo page goes live

Following the traits of Xiaomi, OPPO also formed a sub-brand named as Realme last year to expand its brand name. However, the business plan didn’t work out as expected to cause Realme to split from its parent company OPPO. Realme went on to become an independent brand and make name for themselves. The company was launched with a focus on the Indian market but has expanded its presence to other regions as well.

However, Realme has stayed away from the world’s biggest smartphone market — China. But that is about to change as it seems that the company is all set to enter the Chinese market. In fact, the brand’s Weibo page also gone live.

Is Realme coming to China? Still no social media traces

The Weibo page of the Realme doesn’t reveal anything regarding its plan in China. Though, the sudden creation and activity on the page hint that the launch of Realme in China isn’t very far. The company is also expected to enter the Middle East and the Europen market by the end of this year.


Realme’s Geographical Expansion

Currently, the brand has a presence in seven countries which includes India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt, and the Philippines. Realme has now started listing China and Taiwan on its website.

Indian Market welcomes Realme

Thanks to the value-for-money smartphones from the company, it has managed to achieve an unpretending success in the Indian market. Inside one year of the release, the company has grabbed 8 percent of the smartphone market share in India.

Despite the massive difference with the competitor Redmi in India, Realme has been rapidly growing in the market. Moreover, the company’s list of offered devices and services also pose as a major threat to the Xiaomi’s Redmi lineup in India as well as budget phones from other brands.

Although the company has not officially confirmed anything, it seems that the Realme 3 Pro could be among the first smartphones to be available in China when the brand officially announces its entry in the world’s largest smartphone market.


Realme 3 Pro is the company’s latest smartphone which comes with a 6.3-inch Full HD+ waterdrop notch display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 AIE processor with up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

The phone features a 16 MP + 5 MP dual rear camera setup and a 25 MP front-facing AI-powered snapper. Furthermore, the latest Android Pie-based ColorOS operates with a 4045mAh battery with VOOC 25W fast charging support.