Realme began as a more affordable subsidiary of Oppo, but in no time it separated into its brand and started smashing all kinds of records on every market it stepped. First arriving in India and then following on other Asia Pacific markets, the company will set foot in Pakistan, its seventh country. The good news was announced by the official Facebook page of the Pakistani division.
Up to this date, there are only five Realme smartphones, but all of them are unique on their own. The latest Realme U1 was introduced as the first device, powered by Helio P70 chipset, while its predecessor Realme 2 Pro was the first with a waterdrop notch.
While there is lack of any information about arrival date, pricing or which phones will be available at launch, we have an official confirmation, which is the first step of Realme phones arriving at Pakistani online and offline retailers.