In a tweet, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has introduced that the corporate is ready to launch two new merchandise — Realme Beard Trimmer and Realme Hair Dryer — to mark its entry into the non-public care class.
“That is one other main step in direction of empowering our prospects with cutting-edge know-how for a top quality way of life,” Sheth added in its tweet.
#realme shall be coming into the Private Care class with two new merchandise: #realmeBeardTrimmer and #realmeHairDryer… https://t.co/0qre7bqll1
— Madhav Max 5G (@MadhavSheth1) 1624595416000
Sheth’s tweet additionally included a message from the model that bolstered the notion the model needs to create available in the market.
“We at Realme are consistently working in direction of diversifying our portfolio by coming into new product classes and creating trendsetting know-how. We’re not restricted to being a smartphone model however have already branched out in different domains to set new technological benchmarks. Our intention is to include modern know-how into each side of our customers’ lives and supply them with a top quality way of life.”
Sheth didn’t give any tentative timeline for the launch of Realme Beard Trimmer and Realme Hair Dryer within the nation however it’s anticipated to occur sooner slightly than later.
Realme vs Xiaomi: But once more
Realme’s arch rival Xiaomi already sells beard trimmers within the nation. The corporate has two fashions Mi Beard Trimmer 1C Black and Mi Beard Trimmer, at present priced at Rs 1,099 and Rs 1,499 respectively.
In relation to hair dryers, Xiaomi hasn’t but launched its providing within the nation, but it surely does promote in its dwelling nation China. The product is known as Mi Ionic Hairdryer and it’s potential that Xiaomi could plan to launch it in India too.