Realme is a brand that was first appeared in China in 2010. In starting days it was known as OPPO REAL but later on, it changed to Realme. The history of Realme is very clear, it is a sub-brand of OPPO Electronics Corporation. But due to some conflict, the brand got separated from OPPO and from 2018 the brand is a separate entity that is under the Chinese Multinational Firm BBK Electronics. Basically BBK Electronics manufactures TV, high-end players, smartphones and digital cameras. It is the parent company to OPPO, VIVO, ONE PLUS and REALME. As from 2018, Realme become a separate entity, the brand introduced a series of smartphones that completely proved itself value for money. From its very little journey, the brand has achieved so much publicity in the tech world. After making a successful penetration in the smartphone universe now the company is making its debut in the smart TV market of 2020.
Now Realme is a fast-growing company not only in Asia but all around the globe. Their market share is getting higher every quarter. Thus seeing this the company decided to enter into the market of Smart TV. The Realme CMO Xu Qi addressed the media that Realme is now entering into the Smart TV market and their first Smart TV will be launched in the second quarter of this year. The company has decided that the first slot is for the Asia market. They will release their product in China and India. After this launch, they will target the international audience. Before the confirmation of XU Qi about the Smart TV launch, there was a rumour in the industry that Realme is all set to launch its new series of Smart TV to compete with Xiaomi’s Smart TV. Xiaomi is also a strong contender in the smart TV market. Realme’s prime objective is to target the budget segment as they did with smartphones.
Realme Is Set To Give Competition To Xiaomi
Realme is just a few months away from its much-awaited Smart TV launch. Most of the preparations are completed and final arrangements are going on. The brand is gearing up and providing tough competition to its rivals. It is said that their main rival is Xiaomi. As Xiaomi is also entered in the Smart TV department and is doing pretty good. It is pretty much sure that as Realme introduced their first smartphone with the competition to Xiaomi budget smartphone, similarly they will do here. According to the sources, it is confirmed that first Realme Smart TV will offer the same specifications as Mi 32 Inch LED HD TV has. Therefore considering the history and track record of Realme it shows that they are giving a huge and sturdy competition to other companies of the same domain.
This Chinese company is set to deliver a full-fledged Smart Tv with the support of all applications that are vital and provides an amazing experience to the user. Talking with Realme it is confirmed that the TV will have all the necessary support that will enhance your viewing experience. The company has also integrated the support of Amazon, Netflix, Hotstar, Youtube etc. As the TV has Android OS support so it will play all these platforms seamlessly. Realme’s tactic is simple and straight they are targeting the mid-range segment similar to what Xiaomi has done. Later on, Xiaomi launched all model from budget to premium segment. Hence Realme is also following the footsteps of Xiaomi and set to launch their first budget mid-range Smart TV. The company has not perfectly hinted but according to the sources, they will launch it in early 2020.
Realme TV: Video Support, Size, Specs & Variants
As there are very few months left in the launch of a new Smart TV, there is a curiosity everywhere what will be the specifications, support and other features that will be introduced with the new product. Thus the company is also maintaining full secrecy about the size and variants. Still, there are some leaks and renders that show that the company is going with the base and standard 32 Inch size, just like what Xiaomo did. There is some further information that the company has also line-up the products of all size. According to the leaks, they will also launch all standard size Smart TV. The series may include 32 Inch to 65 Inch, including the different sizes like 40, 43, 50 Inch and other sizes also.
Now every LED TV has support for streaming online content directly. This is possible through the Android technology. Even the Realme Smart TV is also including Android OS due which, the user can easily make access to online subscription content like:
- Amazon Prime Video
- Youtube TV
- Disney Plus
- HBO Now & HBO Go
Now let’s talk about the main aspect of the TV that is the design and specification. Without proper specification and information, one can’t decide the quality of the product. So here is the list of Realme Smart TV specifications:
Realme is a company that inputs a wide range of technology and research into their products. So if talking about the Operating System it has the latest Android OS 9 support. The company has also installed a custom UI through which the user will navigate easily. The custom UI is Color OS 6.
In the 32 Inch base model, it will be HD Ready, with a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel. According to the leaks, another 43 Inch model may have a 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with 3840×2160 screen resolution.
There will be three types of connectivity available here:
- 2 HDMI ports to connect setup box, Blu ray support.
- 2 USB ports to connect your external storage.
- Dedicated 3.5 mm jack to connect external speakers.
The basic 32 Inch model will be having a 20 W speaker with DTS technology-enabled. And in another premium model, it will be hosting 20W speaker output with Dolby Atmos and DTS HD.
Some Other Additional Features:
There are some normal and regular features but, Realme has also integrated some new and additional stuff in their Smart TV. These are mentioned below:
- The built-in chrome cast feature is directly integrated.
- The screen mirroring facility is also available.
- Google Assistant is also there for help.
- Voice command is also enabled.
- Pre-installed application.
- It has built-In Wi-Fi, Google play store to install apps on tv.