After the CEO of realme India raised the possibility of the company launching an accessible notebook, the official website of the manufacturer ended up revealing that this is the true objective of the Chinese.
This is because the brand search page received new inquiries and made it evident that the name of the device must be ” realme Laptop “. Another interesting detail was noted this morning, as the company posted the following message on its official forum:
We have received a lot of laptop orders and we want to better understand your needs. As you already know, we highly value the information and comments you provide. This is the time to share your opinion with us.
Finally, the brand added the key question: “Are you willing to change your notebook in the next three months?” This may be the biggest indication that the manufacturer intends to launch the laptop in the meantime.
Currently focused on the low-cost smartphone and accessory market, realme has been drawing the attention of fans to assumptions that it could be working on an unprecedented line of notebooks to be launched later this year.
The rumors started after the manufacturer revealed, without seriousness, that it would launch a line of notebooks on April 1 of this year. Weeks later, CEO Madhav Sheth gave an interview to GSMArena.com, and when asked about a possible line of affordable tablets and notebooks, he remained open to the hypothesis.
We received very interesting feedback from our community, including regarding laptops. We do not want to comment on this subject now, as it is too early. But we are happy that our friends and media fans trust realme as their favorite brand to empower them with new products.
CEO of realme in India and Europe
In addition, last Monday (03), the company published a survey form on notebook preferences in its official forum. The data collected consists of sex, age, annual income of users, and type of smartphone they use, in addition to questions about the brand, value, and date of purchase of notebooks, if they had one.
A curious question on the form is related to the purpose of use and intention to buy a laptop. Questions about the value can also be observed, with a range ranging between INR 30,000 (~ R $ 2,210.48) and INR 50,000 (~ R $ 3,684.13).
Combining the executive’s statements with the content of the survey form, which has a clear objective of identifying the profile of users to whom a product of the type would be intended, it can be concluded that realme does not rule out the possibility of developing a notebook.
On a more optimistic extreme, realme could be in the planning process to launch an affordable notebook within three months, possibly in the third quarter of the year. Although no official information confirms this prediction, the manufacturer continues to expand its smartphone line with the imminent launch of the realme Q3.