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Realme records 808% YoY growth, now at 7th top spot

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Realme has had a great year, and evidence to that is the recent findings of a market research firm Counterpoint.

As per Counterpoint, Realme sold 10 million smartphones in the last quarter, resulting in a staggering 808% year-on-year growth for the third quarter of 2019. This makes Realme now in the top 7th spot of smartphone brands with the most shipments.

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This is thanks to the rapid expansion of the company is over 20 countries. Their biggest market is India and Indonesia, where over 80% of their shipments were made.

It appears that their budget offerings such as the Realme C2 and Realme 3 drive strong sales for the company, especially in Indonesia.

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The performance, features, and appealing designs are one of the main reasons why people are really loving Realme devices. And judging by their latest releases, Realme still has a long way to go.

One of their newcomers, the Realme 5 Pro, features a diamond design on the back, with a couple of powerful specs for the price. There’s also the Realme XT, a 64-megapixel smartphone that will make its Philippine debut in any moment now.

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And of course, Realme is breaking boundaries when they launched the Realme X2 Pro. Their first proper flagship smartphone that comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 90Hz display, and a whopping 50W of fast charging technology.

We’ll see how to further Realme can go, and how it will take the industry forward.

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