Realme TV Certification Hints at 43-inch Screeen

Realme TV Certification Hints at 43-inch Screeen
With Realme all set to foray into the good TV phase with the launch of its first-gen Realme TV, a minimum of one of many fashions within the upcoming lineup has now been licensed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), hinting at its imminent launch. The mannequin listed on the BIS web site has a 43-inch display screen, so it looks like Realme will seemingly begin off with a mid-range providing earlier than increasing into different segments.

Not a lot is understood in regards to the upcoming units, however the itemizing on the BIS website means that the Realme TVs, or a minimum of the 43-inch mannequin, is likely to be a rebranded Sansui TV, presumably, with modified software program. As may be seen within the screenshot of the official BIS website, each the mannequin quantity and the official manufacturing deal with of the Realme TV is equivalent to that of a Sansui TV mannequin licensed final yr. It will likely be fascinating to see, although, if will probably be a rebranded Sansui TV or in the event that they’re each utilizing the very same TVs bought as a white field merchandise by Chinese OEM, Guangdong Changhong Electronics.

While rumors in regards to the so-called Realme TV have been doing the rounds for fairly a while, the corporate solely spoke about it for the primary time on the sidelines of the Realme X50 launch occasion in January, when Realme’s Chief Marketing Officer, Xu Qi Chase, hinted that the primary Realme-branded good TVs is likely to be launched someday this yr. The plans have been confirmed by Madhav Sheth in February, when he introduced that India would be the first market globally to get the Realme TVs in Q2 2020.

Realme is already giving Xiaomi stiff competitors within the smartphone market in India and has simply launched its first health band to compete with the Mi Band collection, so will probably be fascinating to see if it would additionally change into a major participant in India’s good TV market that’s now dominated by Xiaomi’s attractively-priced Mi TV units.

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