A number of Chinese phone manufacturers have expanded their portfolio to include computers. The group which includes Huawei, Honor, Xiaomi, and Redmi is about to get bigger with the addition of Realme.
Realme is one of the youngest phone brands in the industry but its product portfolio has expanded in the past year to include lifestyle products, smart TVs, and AIoT products. It has now been reported that it will be making its entry into the laptop business and we may even see the first models arrive by the middle of the year.
The info is from the popular leaker Mukul Sharma, and according to a tweet posted earlier today, he says Realme laptops are expected to launch in June of this year. Going by that date, we have about five months of waiting.
Realme’s laptops will go head to head with those from its biggest rival Redmi/Xiaomi, so we expect them to be affordable and priced competitively. We do not know which markets will get the laptops but our guess is India and China are on the list.
The realme laptops will most likely be made by an ODM as none of Realme’s sister/parent companies produce laptops, so it can’t leverage their production lines. The laptops should run Windows 10 and be powered by Intel and or AMD processors. They should also be available in multiple RAM and storage configurations.
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