Realme Vice President tweets ‘Realme is 5G ready’ with Jio True 5G: What’s in store?

The Vice President of Realme Mr. Madhav Sheth tweeted earlier this afternoon on the microblogging site. He wrote that the Realme is ready for 5G. As a senior official representing the brand, he added that he truly meant it this time. As per sources, these smartphones are SA-enabled, tested, and ready. As the brand claims to be 5G ready, it is up to the users to figure out whether the brand is well prepared or not. The 5G network connectivity is indeed a huge responsibility for Jio to bring about successfully in India.

The list of several realme smartphones compatible with 5G include

realme GT2 Pro, realme GT2, realme GT Neo 3 150W, realme GT Neo 3, realme GT Neo 3T, realme GT Neo 2, realme GT 5G, realme GT Master Edition, realme 9+ Pro, realme 9 Pro, realme 9 5G SE, realme 9 5G, realme 8s 5G, realme 8 5G, realme Narzo 50 Pro 5G, realme Narzo 50 5G, realme Narzo 30 5G and lastly, realme X7 Max.

The Vice President of realme also mentioned their compatibility with Jio True 5G. He also added a hashtag #5GDemocratizer, making a point to share with the masses that 5G will be accessible to all. It will be a democratic choice for you to go for a 5G phone, especially with this particular brand.

So, does that mean 5G phones will be the in-thing towards the end of the year 2022? Would that take any longer? Well, it depends upon time and the masses to decide if the 5G phones by realme or any brand will pick up in the near future.

The Indian market eagerly awaits the upcoming 5G network connectivity by Jio, a local provider in India.

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