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Realme Plots Note Series Expansion With Two Budget-Friendly Smartphones

  • Updated: 24 January 2024
  • | Realme
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Realme's ambitions in the budget phone segment are growing. Hot on the heels of the Realme Note 50 launch in the Philippines, CEO Francis Wong hinted at plans for two more Note series devices arriving later this year. These newcomers, potentially named Realme Note 1, aim to conquer the sub-entry-level market with a rumored price tag of around $100.

While specific details remain under wraps, leaks suggest a focus on affordability and value. This move could open doors for Realme in regions like Pakistan, although an official launch there might be hindered by the presence of their existing Narzo sub-brand.

Nevertheless, Realme is setting ambitious goals for the Note series, aiming to sell 10 million units globally in 2024. To achieve this, they promise a winning formula of premium design, high-quality materials, strict quality control, and improved after-sales service – areas where current Realme phones haven't always shined. Extending warranties and committing to regular software updates are key parts of this strategy.

Rumors paint a picture of what the Realme Note 1 might bring: a 6.67-inch OLED display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, powered by the Dimensity 7050 chip and backed by a hefty 5,000mAh battery with fast charging support. A triple-camera system with a 108MP main sensor and a 16MP selfie shooter rounds out the potential package. However, until official confirmation arrives, treat these specs with a grain of salt.