- Realme GT will launch in India this quarter
- All future phones above Rs 15,000 will come with 5G support
- Realme also aims to launch 5G phones under Rs 10,000
The Realme GT series will launch in India this quarter, the company has confirmed. In addition, all upcoming Realme smartphones above Rs 15,000 will be 5G compatible. The news was shared by the brand’s India Twitter handle in a series of tweets. Earlier this year, Realme had revealed that phones costing above Rs 20,000 will ship with 5G support.
As per Counterpoint Research, Realme was the top 5G smartphone brand in India for the month of May. The brand has launched plenty of 5G-enabled phones this year including the Realme X7 5G, X7 Pro 5G (review), X7 Max 5G, Realme 8 5G (review), Narzo 30 Pro 5G (review), and Narzo 30 5G.
Realme GT to launch in India next quarter
The brand has confirmed the launch of the Realme GT series in India this quarter. The brand will launch multiple products in the series, which will include flagship specs at affordable prices.
Realme phones priced above Rs 15,000 will feature 5G support
Realme announced that all its future products priced above Rs 15,000 will come with support for 5G. The brand has also confirmed that it is working on bringing the next-gen network to phones priced under Rs 10,000. This will make Realme the first OEM to launch 5G-enabled devices in the sub-Rs 10k price segment.
5G being a key driver of growth, we confirmed our plan at the start of the year, that all #realme products above 20K will be 5G. Extending that promise further from now on all our products above 15K will be 5G.
We are also working on bringing 5G phones in the sub 10K segment. pic.twitter.com/BbRol3VUDZ
— realme (@realmeIndia) July 7, 2021
5G networks are still in a testing phase in India and Realme aims to democratize the next-generation cellular connectivity in the country. The brand says that it has worked with chipset makers like MediaTek and is committed to bringing 5G support to its users across entry-level, mid-range and premium segments. The company claimed it has converted 90 percent of its R&D resources to develop 5G products.