Realme is a pretty Mich, who has made a name for himself not only as a smartphone manufacturer, but also as a company that produces several products with a large focus on “lifestyle”. The company has already introduced smart TVs, a smartwatch and TWS earphones. According to the latest #AskMadhav episode, the company will launch the next version of Realme Buds, Realme Buds 3, in India next month. He also announced details of future AIOT products and a range of 5G smartphones.
The company's wired Realme Buds 2 earphones were launched back in August last year. Now it is natural to wait for a new refreshment. As the market moves toward the True Wireless solution, the company wants to stay true to the user base of its wired headphones. According to Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, the company will present Realme Buds 3 in a "different style" this time. In addition, it will bring “something unique” to the product in India next month. Further details should be announced next month.
New wired headphones are coming
In addition to the new Realme Buds 3, the managing director announced that the company is already working on a new high-end smartwatch and new Realme Buds with Active ANC (Noise Cancellation) function. This is one of the most requested features lately. It even took Samsung a long time to reveal earphones using this technology. This will finally happen with the upcoming Galaxy Buds Live. When it comes to future Realme Buds, the company announces that it will be equipped with new "industry leading ANC technology". These are definitely bold words.
In addition to the wearable segment, Madhav also revealed Realme's intentions to enter the laptop market. We could see that the company has released its 1 + 4 + N product strategy consisting of 1 core product, 4 smart home products and N (infinite) AIoT devices. The company has already introduced a 55-inch 4K TV model and a 100 W soundbar. More products will be available in the coming months.
When it comes to new 5G smartphones, the company will release a new smartphone called Realme V5 next week. The new handset will be the first phone with a 5G-capable MediaTek 720 chipset and will also introduce the new V-series. However, this phone will be launched first in India. Given that Madhav mentions new 5G phones for India, we can expect the phone to reach the country at some point.
You can see the entire streaming below: