'realme' officially to launch in Bangladesh | The Daily Star
10:11 PM, February 18, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:54 PM, February 19, 2020

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'realme' officially to launch in Bangladesh

realme, a sub-brand founded by OPPO,  kick-started its operation in May 2018, will enter the Bangladesh market officially now. Prior to that, it was imported by dealers and was sold to the local market. Now the sales and service of the brand will be overtaken by the brand itself as it's opening offices in Dhaka. 

Last year has been quite eventful for realme as it rapidly made its presence prominent in 22 markets around the world. In a press release issued by realme, the company proudly boasted about how it has gradually completed the overall layout of the global strategic market by entering the 'Top 5 ranking of mobile brands' in multiple markets. The press release also states that the global users of realme have exceeded 25 million with a year-on-year increase by over 500%.

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The brand made headlines when it launched the 'realme X50 5G' smartphone. Through this device, the company officially entered the 5G era and plans to bring out more 5G devices for the market. 

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