As the Corona transition grew, Indian customers turned to cheaper smartphones. This is the reason that Realme has changed its product strategy. The company has brought some low-cost phones from Reality C11 to Reality 6i. Madhav Seth, CEO of Reality India, said that in the coming time, the company is going to bring more entry-level and affordable smartphones.
He said that customers will be more interested in buying budget and mid range smartphones. Madhav Seth told the news agency IANS, 'So we have launched new phones of Reality Narjo, Reality C Series and Reality 6 Series. In the coming time, more phones of Reality C series will be launched, whose price will be different from Reality C11.
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Reality C11 cheaper than Rs 7500
Some time ago the C11 smartphone of Reality has been launched in India at a price of Rs 7,499. Features like 5000mAh battery, two rear cameras and MediaTek Helio G35 processor were given in the phone. The company said that Reality C11 had sold 1.5 lakh units within 2 minutes. Madhav Seth said, “We will bring affordable options for different price segments without compromising on the quality”. Let us know that Reality has 4 crores worldwide and 2.5 crores users in India.
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Reality mainly brings four series of phones. Reality C series phones are launched in less than 10 thousand price. Reality phones in the number series (eg Reality 5, Reality 6) are in the range of 10 to 20 thousand. At the same time, Realme X series smartphones above 20 thousand and youth are being targeted through the new Narzo series.
|Performance||MediaTek Helio G35|
|The camera||13 MP + 2 MP|
|The battery||5000 mAh|
|The display||6.52 “(16.56 cm)|