The company’s CEO Madhav Sheth announced on Twitter the launch of the Realme laptop in India. In a style reminiscent of Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs) launched the first generation of MacBook Air in 2008, Sheth posted a picture that seemed a bit inspirational. The first Realme laptop taken out of the paper bag.
This Chinese company seems to have been working on laptops for some time. The new company can once again place Realme alongside Xiaomi, which sells its laptops under the Mi and Redmi brands. CEO Madhav Sheth posted a mysterious trailer on his Twitter account, which contains a picture that gives us a glimpse of the first Realme laptop.
The device looks like Apple’s MacBook. One-piece aluminum body or plastic structure. Although Sheth has not clearly confirmed that the image is related to the upcoming laptop, he proposed a release plan in a tweet using a binary file, translated as “Hello world!” is a phrase describing a popular introduction to the world of computer programming. He also asked his followers to guess the name of the new product.
All of this indicates that the company is planning something new, and it may be nothing more than a laptop. Last month, Realme revealed its laptop plans through a poll on its forum. We want to better understand your needs,” the company survey said. In January this year, consultant Mukul Sharma also said that Realme laptops may become a reality from June. In addition to launching laptops, Realme is currently preparing to launch.
Realme GT is in the global market including India. Flagship smartphones equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC debuted in China in March. As people work and study from home, the COVID-19 pandemic has made the notebook market noticeable Growth. Including Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo, their notebook shipments have increased significantly in recent quarters. However, over time, new entrants like Realme may bring them Come an uphill battle.