Realme laptop has been teased to launch in India by CEO Madhav Sheth on Twitter. style that reminds us of how Steve Jobs unveiled the first-generation MacBook Air back in 2008, Sheth has posted that appears a glimpse of Realme laptop from a . The Chinese company seems to be its laptops time. The new venture could bring Realme up against Xiaomi offering its laptops under the Mi and Redmi brands.
01001000B 01100101B 01101100B 01101100B 01101111B 00100000B 01010111B 01101111B 01110010B 01101100B 01100100B 00100001B 00000000B#realme new product category has a message for you!
Can you decode it & guess the product name that will add up to your #TechLife? pic.twitter.com/PhPcvn0668
— Madhav Max 5G (@MadhavSheth1) June 9, 2021
India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth has posted a cryptic teaser through his Twitter account giving us a sneak peek of Realme’s first laptop. The device appears a finish that of Apple’s MacBook. It is, however, unclear whether the laptop unibody aluminum chassis or a plastic build.
Although Sheth has not explicitly confirmed that the image is the upcoming Realme laptop, he suggested the launch plans by in his tweet that translates to “Hello World!” — the phrase that depicts introduction world. He also asked his followers to guess the name of the new product. All indicate that is planning something new be none a laptop.
Last month, Realme suggested its plans for launching laptops by conducting a survey on its forums. “We seeing requests for Laptop, want understand your needs,” had said survey.
Tipster Mukul Sharma in January also claimed that Realme laptops could become a reality as early as June.
In addition to its laptop launch, Realme is currently busy preparing the launch of Realme GT global markets including India. The flagship smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC debuted in China in March.
The COVID-19 pandemic has helped the laptops market receive significant growth as people are working and studying from their homes. Traditional players including Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo saw increase ir laptop shipments in the quarters. However, new entrants like Realme may give them fight over time.