Realme TV

Realme was originally a sub-brand of OPPO. With the continuous improvement of the product line, it has become an independent brand. Now, the company will enter the field of smart TV. The company had launched the Realme TV in the Mobile World Congress 2020, which was the brand’s first smart TV. However, due to the epidemic situation, it has not been officially released yet.

On May 15, according to many media reports, Realme will launch 8 new products on May 25, including the abovementioned Realme TV.

Realme TV

The Realme TV is available in 32-inch, 43-inch, and 55-inch versions with a built-in Android TV OS. It uses an MStar T16 processor and a built-in popular streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube.

At present, Chinese smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi, Huawei, and OnePlus have all launched smart TVs. With the addition of the Realme TV, the competition will be more intense. However, it may be a good thing for consumers. We mean this could simply mean that manufacturers will launch cost-effective TVs.

However, it seems that the Realme TV is not just staring at the domestic market. Its publicity posters also appear on the Indian official website, which shows that it will be launched for the global market as well. And earlier the company had stated that it would launch the Realme TV in India in the second quarter of 2020.

Realme TV

Moreover, yesterday, the first spy photos of this amazing TV product appeared on the net. Though the photos only showed the warehouse packages, we could notice some important features printed on the box. The first thing that catches our eye is that the retail box mentions that the screen size of the Realme TV is 108cm or 43 inches. If you look closely, you will find ‘Netflix’ written on the package, confirming that the Realme TV will be pre-installed with Netflix. In addition, the Realme TV packaging box is also printed with the Android TV logo and Google Assistant brand logo. This also confirms that this TV runs the Android TV operating system and supports Google’s AI digital voice assistant.

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