Realme mulls entry to Sri Lanka | Sunday Observer

Realme mulls entry to Sri Lanka

22 November, 2020

Realme, a smartphone brand plans to enter the Sri Lankan market. A spokesman of realme Sri Lanka said, “We believe in growing with the future leaders around the world as they face unique challenges and respond with creativity. The Sri Lankan youth has shown exceptional drive and passion to make their mark in the global map and we are excited to empower their journeys. realme smartphones are trendsetters with the best features and technologies catering to youth, that we are excited to introduce to the Sri Lankan market.”

Realme’s international team and DNA has enabled the company to grow quickly. Just like its young clientele, realme has taken risks to expand quickly to over 61 markets globally and is amongst the Top 5 brands in over 13 markets globally in just two years.

Realme’s CEO, Sky Li said, “At realme, we live out our philosophy, which is to dare to leap into the forefront of innovation, design and product value, which is something young people can identify with.”

Channeling the energy of youths and young professionals, who form the bulk of its fans and customers, realme leapfrogged global competitors to this achievement in nine quarters. realme also recorded a history high level of quarterly shipments of 14.8 million phones.

For young consumers, realme has expanded quickly to offer a variety of AI of Things (AIoT) products such as smart audio, visual and lifestyle products to complement their increasingly digitally connected lives.