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Realme 6 and 6 Pro ready for the Italian launch, scheduled for March 24th

Finally something is moving despite the blockade to the economy that Covid-19 is generating all over the world. After the most important technological events have been canceled, with the launch of many products for the global market as a result, here is good news for us Italians, which adds to what was already leaked a few hours ago.

Realme 6 and 6 Pro ready for the Italian launch, scheduled for March 24th

In fact, in addition to the official availability of the new TWS Realme Buds Air headphones for purchase for the Italian market, the Asian company has decided to import the new mid-range Realme 5 and Realme 6 Pro into our market as well. certainly secrets, given the official launch that took place a few weeks ago on Indian soil and it is therefore a pleasure to know that an event will be held on March 24, which will be held strictly online, in which the company will also make its Italian public known new devices.

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Read also: Realme 6i is preparing to debut with the MediaTek Helio G80 processor and 48 MP quad camera on board

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It is plausible, however, to think that, on that date, the entry level Realme 6i could also debut, since a few hours ago we learned that this will debut on March 17 in an official way. Although we are used to thinking that Realme 6 and 6 Pro will contend with the Redmi Note series, it is to be considered that even if they belong to a similar price range, they will not step on each other, since the new Redmi mid ranges seem be more dedicated to Phablet lovers.

Read also: Realme Buds Air finally available also in Italy

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Of course, the end of March will reserve us many emotions from Realme, so don't forget to follow us on our blog, Telegram channel as well as Facebook page. And how long are you waiting for the two mid ranges of the Realme brand?

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