Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has teased what looks like a new category of devices under the brand. It is called Realme Narzo. In a video posted on Twitter, Sheth has asked Realme fans to guess what Narzo could be and that more information will be revealed soon. The video, particularly, shows a lot of solo dancers with chic clothing and has a funky tune to it. While there is nothing concrete to be assumptive of, the Narzo could also be the brand for Realme's smart speakers. But, there is some information available, thanks to a tipster.
According to a Twitter tipster who goes by stufflistings, Realme Narzo was spotted on a website for registration of marks [read trademarks], along with some information about the classifications of products under it. There are products ranging from notebook computers to smartwatches to smart glasses to loudspeakers to headphones to TV apparatus to set-top box to screen protector for mobile phones to USB cables to batteries to leather items to shopping bags to clothing for pets to shoes, hats, and gloves, even.
With so many options, it is not clear what Realme Narzo could be about. But the new entity from Realme is confirmed to arrive in India, as per the tweet by Sheth. The video was also retweeted by Realme Twitter handle. It is captioned: Realme ka Naya Evolution (Realme's new evolution in English).
While we are not sure about Narzo yet, it is confirmed that Realme will foray into the fashion market with a flurry of products. Realme had recently announced that it will go beyond mobile phones in India and its brand will encompass a huge range of product categories, including smart speakers, smart screens, backpacks, and an electric scooter. The announcement was made at the launch of the Realme 6 series in India. The Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro are the latest phones from the brand that bring the 90Hz display to the budget segment in India. The Realme 6 with 90Hz display and a MediaTek G90T processor has a starting price of Rs 12,999 in India. Realme also launched its first fitness band, called the Realme Band, for Rs 1,499.
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