If you’re looking for real endurance on a phone, the latest realme C12, armed with a 6,000mAh battery, may be your best bet. The livewire device goes on sale online today, 25 August on Lazada, together with the MY59 realme Buds Classic earphones.
Realme’s 5G flagship smartphone—the realme X50 Pro has landed in Malaysia. The mobile powerhouse boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G processor, 65W SuperDart Flash Charge and a 90Hz Super AMOLED display. The device goes on sale starting 7 July 2020.
Realme has quickly carved a name for itself with solid budget and mid-range smartphones since its introduction in 2018. Gimmicky marketing messages and its bread-and-butter portfolio aside, the young upstart is more than capable of churning out flagship-level devices. Case in point, the realme X2 Pro and 5G-enabled X50 Pro. It hasn’t been a long wait—the latest flagship—realme X3 SuperZoom is now here, rocking a periscopic telephoto camera with some beefy internals. Can this new entry rock the flagship boat occupied by the present-day incumbents?
The new realme 6 Pro makes its debut on Malaysian shores today. The feature-loaded device boasts the 8nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor, a 90Hz display, and quad-cam main shooters. It will be available for sale starting 12 May 2020, exclusively on the realme Lazada Flagship Store.
The most affordable smartphone with a 90Hz display is in Malaysia. The mid-range realme 6 also rocks a quad-camera system and a big battery for less than MYR800 (for a limited time!).
If you’re looking for a gaming smartphone that doesn’t break the bank, the new realme C3 might just tickle your fancy. realme’s first smartphone with the MediaTek Helio G70 processor, the realme C3 continues where the realme C1 and C2 left off–two feature-packed phones that disrupted the entry-level segment.
Realme, the young, aspiring offshoot of OPPO, has quickly carved a niche for itself with its brand of neatly-packaged, aggressively-priced smartphones. Up until now, it’s been dwelling in the value- and mid-range segment with hit-sellers like the Realme 2 and Realme 3 series. But not anymore. On Monday, the Chinese smartphone maker introduced its first “proper” flagship device in Malaysia—the Realme X2 Pro.