Realme Might Announce its First Smart TV at MWC Barcelona

Published by
Chakri K

Realme has carved itself a niche in India’s entry-level smartphone segment, posting impressive growth numbers in 2019. The Chinese phone maker now plans to expand its product range and evolve itself as a ‘lifestyle brand’, following in steps of Xiaomi and OnePlus. Realme has long been rumoured to be working on a Smart TV and the company recently confirmed the same. Francis Wang, CMO Realme India teased Smart TV announcement for MWC expo which starts February 24. The Realme TV will also make its way to the Indian market taking on the popular Xiaomi Mi TV

range of Smart TVs. In just a matter of six months, Xiaomi became India’s leading Smart TV brand and Realme will be eager to take on the Chinese brand.

Realme TV Launch at MWC 2020: What You Need to Know

During a Twitter Q&A, Wang essentially made it official that a Realme TV launch will be happening at MWC. He tweeted: U gonna hear something exciting about TV on MWC!#realmeForEveryIndian. He added that Realme’s first smart band is arriving early this month, and it will be unveiled before the TV. It is therefore expected more details on the upcoming Smart TV will be shared in bits and pieces well before the official MWC event.

It is also speculated Realme TV will launch first in India since the country is a massive market for Smart TVs. CMO Wang had tweeted #RealmeForEveryIndian meaning Indian market will certainly be on top priority for the company.

Previously, Realme China CMO Xu Qi too confirmed that the brand is working on a Smart TV and it will be launched in 2020. Qi confirmed this news during the Realme X50 5G launch event in China. However, he did not reveal other details about the upcoming Smart TV.

Realme Smart TV key features and specifications remain unclear at this point. There’s, however some speculation regarding the pricing. Realme’s Smart TV will certainly debut in the budget segment and will rival Xiaomi’s Mi TV lineup along with taking on other budget brands such as Vu and TCL.

Just last year, OnePlus unveiled its smart TV range in India. The OnePlus TV comes in two variants, the OnePlus 55 Q1 4K and the OnePlus 55 Q1pro 4K QLED TV priced at Rs 69,900 and Rs 99,900 respectively. The OnePlus range failed to take off in the market since its lineup was way more expensive.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

Published by
Chakri K

Recent Posts

Starlink Connection Might Cost Rs 158000 Annually in India

Starlink, a satellite communications (satcom) company trying to provide global satellite broadband coverage plans to…

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Official Design/First Look Out Now

Samsung Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE) is strongly anticipated to launch during the CES 2022…

Vodafone Idea Wants to Avoid Ericsson, Nokia Duopoly for 5G

Vodafone Idea (Vi) is looking to avoid a duopoly scenario of Ericsson and Nokia for…

Vodafone Idea 1.5GB Daily Data Plans with Short to Medium Term Validity

Due to the recent tariff hikes, there has been a significant change in the prepaid…

Vodafone Idea: Watch Video of Live 5G Speed Test

Vodafone Idea, the third-largest telecom operator in the country, is going all out on conducting…

Redmi 10 2022 and Redmi 10 Prime 2022 Spotting at FCC Reveals New Details

The recent rumours suggest that smartphone maker Xiaomi has been working on Redmi 10 2022…

Postpaid Tariff Hikes in India Are Inevitable

Much recently, the private telecom operators announced prepaid tariff hikes. In just a span of…

Private 5G to Enable MNOs Earn Beyond Boundaries of Spectrum Licenses

Private 5G networks are already helping enterprises in a variety of industries to cut costs,…

Broadband Plans Under Rs 900 that Offer 100 Mbps Speed

The consumption of data from home connections has increased manifold in recent times. Whether users…