Realme, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has announced ending X series upper-budget and midrange smartphones in favor of the new flagship Realme GT family.
33 mins = 100% Charge— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) August 12, 2021
That's lightning fast!⚡
The upcoming #realmeGT Master Edition has leaped to a fast-charging performance with the 65W SuperDart Charge. #MasteryBeyondSpeed isn't it?
Launching realme GT series at 12:30PM IST, 18th August. pic.twitter.com/R8Y32smX6T
Madhav Sheth, Realme CEO for Europe and India, has revealed, in a recent interview with TechRadar, the plans to break up with models in the Realme X series lineup and that the GT series is officially replacing it globally on August 18.
Our next leap & the latest revolutions in technology are ready to be unveiled.— realme (@realmeIndia) August 15, 2021
Brace yourself as #realmeGTIsHere and we can't keep calm.
Get ready for the biggest launch of 2021 with the #realmeGT series & #realmeBook Slim at 12:30 PM, 18th Aug. https://t.co/EktiygKxCo pic.twitter.com/3jSwWBih1l
"The X will be replaced by the GT; so the GT is the new X," Sheth said.
According to Albawaba, Realme is officially the fifth-biggest phone company globally, with a 5.9% market share and 5.6 million shipments in Q2 2021.
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