Realme is quite successful and makes its name in the market as not only a manufacturer of smartphones but also a company that produces many products with a strong emphasis on “lifestyle”. The company has already introduced smart TVs, smartwatch and TWS headphones. According to the latest episode of #AskMadhav, the company will present the next version of Realme Buds, Realme Buds 3 in India next month. It also revealed details about future AIOT products and a range of 5G smartphones.
The company’s Realme Buds 2 wired headphones were unveiled in August last year. Now, it’s natural to expect a new soft drink. While the market is moving towards the True Wireless solution, the company wants to be loyal to its wired headphone user base. According to Realme India Ceo, Madhav Sheth, this time the company will present Realme Buds 3 in a “different style”. In addition, it will bring “something unique” to the product as early as next month in India. More details will appear next month.
New wired headphones are coming
In addition to the new Realme Buds 3, the executive also revealed that the company is already working on a new high-tech smartwatch and a new Realme Buds with active noise canceling (ANC) capability. This is one of the most demanding features lately, even Samsung took a long time to unveil headphones with this technology, this will eventually happen with the upcoming Galaxy Buds Live. As for the future of Realme Buds, the company says it will come up with a new “leading ANC technology” in the industry. These are definitely bold words.
In addition to the portfolio, Madhav also revealed Realme’s intentions to enter the laptop market. We could see that it comes after the publication of the company of the 1 + 4 + N product strategy which consists of 1 Core Product, 4 Smart Home Products and N (infinite) AIoT devices. The company has already introduced a 55-inch 4K TV model and a 100W audio line. More products will come in the coming months.
When it comes to new 5G smartphones, the company will release a new smartphone called Realme V5 next week. The new handset will be the first phone to feature a 5G MediaTek 720 chipset and will also make its debut in the new V series. This phone will be released first in India, however, as Madhav mentions new 5G phones for India, then we can expect the phone to finally arrive in the country.
You can watch the full stream below: