Realme today disclosed its results for the first half of this year, and it appears to be very positive. The Chinese brand recorded an increase of 157 percent in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, while the improvement in the second quarter amounted to only 11 percent, and thus it is one of the few companies that has maintained growth after the first wave. From the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company has managed to become one of the top 5 smartphone brands in at least nine countries on three different continents.
The company’s CEO, Mr Madhav Sheth, has been quoted as saying that Realme has become “the most recognized brand in the lifestyle technology world” and the evidence is the “clear growth curve in the first half of 2020”. When it comes to the actual numbers, Realme increased its user base by 15 million in the first half of the year.
Interestingly, Realme said that the other evidence of its progress is being the first to announce the 125W fast charging technology on the 16th day of last July, although it was actually a day late for its sister Oppo.
Realme's general goal in 2020 is to sell 50 million units of its smartphones, reach its devices to 280 physical stores around the world, and launch more than 50 products, which puts the company on the map of global brands in the IoT sector.