Realme laptop launch in India Teased by company’s CEO

Realme may soon enter the laptop market, as the company’s CEO, Realme India, has shared an official teaser teasing the launch of a new Realme laptop. In May of this year, the Chinese brand published a laptop survey on its forum website, and the CEO now sharing cryptic text with a laptop image suggests that Realme is planning to expand its product portfolio in India.

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In India, the Realme laptop is about to be released.

As previously stated, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth teased a new product category on his official Twitter handle, implying that it will be launched soon in India. The tweet contains a binary message that reads “Hello World” when decoded. The teaser image in the tweet indicates that the company is bringing laptops for its user base, despite the CEO’s guessing game. The image depicts a metallic silver Apple Macbook-like laptop design half-encased in a paper bag. While there are no concrete details about the upcoming Realme laptops, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer did make a joke about a MeowBook laptop in March of this year. The new Realme laptop, in particular, will be part of the company’s TechLife line.

“We’ve received a lot of requests for laptops, and we’d like to learn more about your requirements. We place a high value on the information and feedback you provide, as you already know. In a forum post in May, Realme said, “This is the time to share your opinion with us.”

The survey asked users about their social media usage, the laptop brand they use, the factors that influence their laptop purchasing decisions, and whether they would be willing to spend ‘between Rs 30,000- Rs 50,000′ or more on a laptop. Realme hasn’t revealed any specifics other than a teaser, but we expect the company to reveal more details at the Realme GT 5G global launch on June 15, where it is expected to show off a few AIoT products.

Source: Twitter Madhav Sheth

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