Under this partnership, Realme smartphones will be available at more than 130 cities across 600 Reliance Digital and My Jio stores in the first phase.
Realme has announced that it is entering the offline domain in India. The company has partnered with Reliance Digital stores for offline sales of their products.
Under this partnership, Realme smartphones will be available at more than 130 cities across 600 Reliance Digital and My Jio stores in the first phase. The products will be available from this Diwali for the customers. “Through this partnership, we want to cater to the audience who does not have an access to the online platform and who want to compare and understand before making any decisions”, said, Madhav Sheth, Chief Executive Officer, Realme India,
The company has also announced that starting from January 2019, Realme will be expanding its footprints to top 10 cities to look for exclusive distribution partners. “Realme as young brand is committed to delivering a differentiated experience to our customers with our products that deliver power and style. With this partnership with Reliance stores, we are proud to have more locations to deliver this experience and welcome customers to the Realme family. While the market responded well, we are expanding our sales channels to reach out to the growing demands which is a testimony to our approach ‘Realme for every Indian’,” Madhav added.
Meanwhile, the company will be rolling out a new update to its latest smartphone Realme 2 Pro that will bring camera optimisations and an improved battery life which will significantly consume less battery the gaming. Further, Realme 1 smartphone will be updated to feature Oppo’s ColorOS 5.2, the highlight of which is a Smart Assistant which helps in object recognition, code scanning, app prediction, payment and smart driving.
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