Realme TV India Launch: Pricing, Top Features, Variants, Availability

Realme TV India Launch: Pricing, Top Features, Variants, Availability
Realme TV India Launch: Pricing, Top Features, Variants, Availability

Just as Xiaomi, Realme too will be entering the TV market in India with budget value for money televisions. Just within a year, Xiaomi became the number one TV brand in India, and now Realme is all set to challenge it with its own range of budget smart TVs.

Recently OnePlus also unveiled its first ever Smart TVs in the premium segment.

The Realme TVs are supposed to be available from the budget range to the upper mid-range segment.

Realme TV is already in the making, and they will be directly taking on Xiaomi’s Mi TVs in India. Just as the budget smartphone market in India, Realme will heads up challenge Xiaomi in the second most wide electronics market in the country, TVs. 

Realme TV In The Making: Variants, Sizes, Netflix & Prime Video Support

The first Realme TV will launch in India first, expected to come to the country in a couple of months. The Realme Smart TV is already in the making, and the launch seems imminent. It’s been a generic route for smartphone companies now to enter the TV market.

Recently Huawei unveiled its Smart TV running on its own OS, Motorola launched its Smart TVs in the country, then OnePlus did and now Realme.

Considering how Xiaomi tasted success in India in the Smart TV market, more companies are finding ways to enter the category with its own TVs. Realme remains a disruptor in the budget smartphone market, and hence the Realme Smart TVs are expected to be the same.

Realme TVs will be available in multiple variants in the country. The company will probably be following the same route as Xiaomi did with Mi Smart TVs. Realme Smart TVs will be available starting from 32-inch to 65-inch, with different sizes in between as 40-inch, 43-inch, 50-inch and more.

All the Realme Smart TVs will run on Android with its own OS supporting additional content.

Support for OTT platforms as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar are expected out of the box.

The Realme TV will run on Android with its own UI to support other content. The company is also working on its own OS for sometime now, RealmeOS, and a similar OS is expected for the Smart TVs as well. 

Realme TV India Launch, Realme TV Launch In India

While Realme hasn’t yet confirmed anything officially, the leaked reports hint at a launch very soon. The Realme TV is already in the making, and soon the TVs will enter mass production. Realme TV will launch in India first, and then in other global markets

Realme TV India launch is expected by the end of the year, or early 2020.

The company just confirmed that they will be launching two new flagships in December: Realme X2 Pro and Realme XT 730G.

Realme TV India launch may happen with Realme X2 Pro and Realme XT 730G, but the chances are thin. It’s safe to assume an early 2020 timeline as the TVs are yet to enter the commercial production stage. The company will then starts its promotions, and hence the launch will take time.

Realme TV India Price, Realme TV Price In India

Realme will launch its TVs at a very aggressive pricing with top features onboard challenging the best TVs in the same budget range. Given how Realme has been very affordable about the pricing of its products, the TVs are going at par with other top-selling Smart TVs in the same range. 

Realme TV will directly take on its number one competitor in India, Xiaomi.

The variety of Mi TVs continue to grow, and the company is doing very well in the segment without some tough competition. Xiaomi sold over 2.5 lakh Mi TV units during the recent festive sale.

Xiaomi is currently the number 1 Smart TV brand in India, and Realme have a big ladder to climb.

Realme has to keep the basics right with its TVs and deliver just the way it has been doing since one year. The Realme TVs are expected to be a big disruption as well, but for us, it’s a good news, now we will have more options and variety in the Smart TV segment to choose from.

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