Chinese mobile phone maker Realme said that in 2020, more than 5 5G smartphones will be released, and in China will be All in 5G, and 4G phones will no longer be launched.
Realme today announced its first 5G flagship smartphone, the X50 Pro 5G, and a new AIoT strategy.
Realme said that in 2019, its global mobile phone shipments exceeded 25 million units, a year-on-year increase of more than 500%.
Realme X50 Pro 5G is equipped with a Snapdragon 865 processor, a 6.44-inch Samsung Super AMOLED display, supports a 90Hz refresh rate, and is equipped with 65W SuperDart super flash charging technology, which can be fully charged in only 35 minutes.
The 8 + 128GB version of the Realme X50 Pro 5G is priced at € 599; the 8 + 256GB is priced at 669 euros; the 12 + 256GB is priced at 749 euros.
In addition, Realme also officially announced its corporate strategy for 2020. In the future, Realme will take the "mobile phone + AIoT" dual-drive strategy as the core of the enterprise, and build a smart wave of life for young people around hardware, software and ecology.
Realme Spain country manager Emilio álvarez said that since the third quarter of 2019, Realme ranks among the top 7 in global shipments and has also become the fastest growing smartphone brand in the world.
In 2019, Realme entered 25 global markets, ranked among the top 5 in the 5 major regional markets, and became the top 5 brands in 1 month in Spain. In India, the online share reached 26.5%, ranking second, and the total market share reached the top 4 ; In Indonesia and the Philippines, among the top four; in Egypt ranked fifth.
In 2019, its global shipments exceeded 25 million units, a year-on-year increase of 500% compared to 2018, and it ranks among the mainstream mobile phone brands in the world.
He said that in the mobile phone business, 2020 Realme is committed to becoming a global 5G ubiquitous, and will launch more than 5 5G smartphones, covering everything from a thousand-yuan entry to the flagship full-price segment.
In China, Realme will implement a comprehensive 5G strategy and no longer launch 4G mobile phone products; in many countries in Europe, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia, it is committed to pushing 5G products to more markets.
Realme also entered the IoT field, saying that it will create a full-scenario smart AIoT ecosystem for young users worldwide.
Realme launched Realme Link, a software hub platform. Relying on Realme Link, it can connect four major traffic hubs (smart screen, smart speaker, Bluetooth headset, smart watch) through mobile phones to connect multiple types of AIoT products.
Specifically, Realme plans to complete the IoT ecological layout in one year, covering the three major scenarios of "individual, family, and travel".
Personal scenes include wearable devices such as headphones and watches; home scenes include TVs, smart speakers, cameras, sweeping robots and more home scene applications;
In travel scenarios, it includes luggage, car chargers, power banks and more travel products.