Realme will announce its first TV at the MWC 2020 in Barcelona

As far back as November 20, 2019 we had seen how Realme he intended to enlarge his catalog going to fill the market holes. In particular, we saw that it threw itself on the audio sector thanks to the new ones headphones. But he has not decided to stop here and in fact it would seem that he really wants to create a beautifulecosystem, in the wake of Oppo and Xiaomi. Although we don't know the name or specs yet, a recent comment on Twitter from Francis Wang (CMO of Realme India) portends that to the next MWC in Barcelona, which will be held from 24 to 27 February, the brand wants to announce its first TV or Smart TV which we will call for convenience Realme TV.

Realme will announce its first TV at the MWC 2020 in Barcelona

To be precise, the "offending" post would have been found under a thread that deals with a very different topic, that is the shipping rates of smartphones in the last months of 2019. Mr. Wang, following a question from a user, he would have missed out on what Realme is going to give news about the TV sector on this occasion.

As is clear also Realme, how Oppo, Xiaomi, OnePlus and all the other companies that are seeing consistent growth, wanted to throw themselves on the TV sector. Obviously to start the Realme TV will be dedicated to the oriental marketor rather that Indian. Following this then there will be the possibility ofextension also to Europe. In short, the investments for the Oppo rib brand are never too many and even, there is another comment that gives us clues about a possible PC.

Nothing too exciting, but at least we know that if our beloved brand will be successful with TVs or Smart TVs, it can also try to enter the laptop market.

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