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    Realme Exporting ‘Make In India’ Smartphones To Nepal

    By Sagnik Dasgupta - 
    2nd Aug 2021
    Realme Will Start Exporting 'Make in India' Smartphones To Nepal

    Realme alongside Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, tend to locally assemble their devices to prevent hassles when it comes to dealing with imported goods. However, certain specific components which may be hard to come across are flown in from somewhere else. Realme India has now stated that it will be exporting ‘Make in India’ smartphones to Nepal.

    From the looks of it, Realme seems to be enough capable of producing smartphones to meet local demands and at the same time, make ends meet on international orders as well. Moreover, Nepal is a good place to start on the company’s road to international dominance. This is because of Nepal’s ease of accessibility as it shares a border with India.

    Also read: Realme 8s Design And Specs Tipped Ahead Of Launch

    “It is yet another feather in the cap of Realme’s remarkable journey and an immensely proud moment where realme will be exporting ‘Make in India smartphones to our neighbour Nepal. Adding to this we will also be exporting our AIOT products very soon. We have received great success in India and will look forward to receiving a similar achievement in Nepal where we are providing our latest and innovative products at democratized prices. Our aim is to be among the TOP 2 smartphone brands in Nepal by 2022. As I embark on this newly added role to lead Realme’s Nepal operations, I am really thrilled and looking forward to bringing fantastic realme products to Nepal users,” says Madhav Sheth, Vice President and Chief Executive Office of Realme.

    Also read: OnePlus 8T, 9R Shipping With LPDDR5 RAM Now: Report

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    Moreover, Realme has been focusing a lot on making its presence known across the numerous South-East Asian countries. Besides, the brand already has a significant market share in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Philippines. Now, the brand is looking forward to establishing itself in smaller countries like Nepal.

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    Going by their strategy, Realme may be looking forward to capturing the African market which seems to be next in line. Furthermore, capturing the African market would make it compete against brands like iTel and Tecno, which dominate the region. Moreover, these brands fall under the Transsion Group and will directly become a competitor to Realme if they decide to go all the way to Africa next.


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