Ever since the Realme 3, the company has been offering beefed-up, Pro versions of its mid-range devices, which offer better, more powerful hardware. But with the Realme 6-series, things are about to change a little.
From the pricing perspective, realme 6 is not a successor of realme 5. Our product portfolio has been redefined. #realme6 is our new pro. Hope this clarifies price part. 👆
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Francis Wang (@FrancisRealme) March 3, 2020
The company's CMO in India has tweeted that the regular Realme 6 is going to be the new Pro. What does that mean? It means that the regular Realme 6 is going to be the direct successor of the Realme 5 Pro, which also means that the 6 Pro will be in an even higher tier.
Of course, this would result in higher prices too, which some users may find disappointing. The brand is slowly shifting its focus from the low-end segment to the mid-range, upper mid-range and premium markets.