Realme founder Sky Li Bingzhong says the brand is ready to compete in high-end devices, but it could be a tough sell at home. Photo: Realme
Realme founder Sky Li Bingzhong says the brand is ready to compete in high-end devices, but it could be a tough sell at home. Photo: Realme
Smartphones

exclusive | Chinese smartphone maker hopes to quick-charge growth at home after conquering Indian market

  • Realme founder Sky Li said the brand is ready to compete in the high-end market as it prepares to launch its US$700 GT 2 Pro in January
  • Three years after spinning out from parent Oppo, Realme has become a top brand in India but faces stiff competition at home from rivals like Xiaomi

Topic |   Smartphones
Realme founder Sky Li Bingzhong says the brand is ready to compete in high-end devices, but it could be a tough sell at home. Photo: Realme
Realme founder Sky Li Bingzhong says the brand is ready to compete in high-end devices, but it could be a tough sell at home. Photo: Realme
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