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Realme announces commitment to 5G development


Nepalnews
2021 Apr 21, 11:12, KATHMANDU
Global technology disruptor, realme, has announced that the company is solidifying its efforts to become a ‘populariser of 5G’.

Global technology disruptor, realme, has announced in an open letter by the CEO Sky Li that the company is solidifying its efforts to become a ‘populariser of 5G’. Li laid out the firm’s latest plans to advance the adoption of 5G in markets with 5G infrastructure and bring the technology to maximum users worldwide.

According to Li, realme will scale up its 5G roll-out, aiming to provide a full line-up of high-performance and affordable 5G products with trend-setting designs that will make up 70 per cent of its global portfolio within two years. The first stage includes India, Southeast Asia and Europe as priority markets. realme will further promote 5G products in additional regions, allowing more users to enjoy an enhanced experience powered by the high speed and low latency typical of 5G technology.

In addition, realme will establish seven dedicated 5G R&D teams across the globe, and allocate 90 per cent of its R&D resources plus $30 million exclusively for the development of 5G technology, products and application scenarios based on the unique needs and usage habits of the younger generation - its target customer.

As the world’s seventh-largest and fastest-growing smartphone company, realme is bringing its ‘Dare to Leap’ spirit to its promotion of 5G technology. Since launching its first 5G device, the X50 5G, in January 2019, realme has launched a series of 5G smartphones of variable price ranges globally, driving the brand’sposition as a market disruptor and leading player in the field of 5G.

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