realme is the top 2 smartphone brand in the Philippines

realme is the number 2 smartphone brand in the Philippines. The company managed the feat in just two years of business in the country.

According to Counterpoint Research, the fastest growing brand in the Philippines managed a record-breaking 97% quarter-on-quarter growth, surpassing established brands like OPPO, Xiaomi, and Samsung to take the second spot. Last quarter, realme was fifth among smartphone brands.

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Apart from the Philippines, realme is among the top five in all key markets in the Asia Pacific, including Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Australia.

realme has redefined the term “value-for-money” with innovative AIoT products and technology. Recently, the company unveiled the 125W UltraDart Charge to the world. While in the Philippines, they recently added the realme 7, realme 7 Pro, and realme Buds Q to an already impressive roster of products.

Thank you realme fam

To share the recent win and celebrate with its fans, realme Philippines is dropping the price of the realme 6 gaming phone. The handset now retails for PHP 10,990, down 1K from its original price of PHP 11,990. The new price is in effect starting today, October 9.

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The realme 6 with a 90Hz display and a MediaTek G90 processor is available in realme stores nationwide and online on Shopee and Lazada. For more information about the phone, you can read our realme 6 review.

Moreover, they are going to bundle the realme 7 with either a free realme band worth PHP 1,390 or a free automatic umbrella worth PHP 990. It is available from October 10 to 100 in concept stores and kiosks. This promo can also be availed through Home Credit or major credit cards.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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