Realme: Unparalleled Technology and Reality | Global Flagship Store Opening | Ahmedabad
As per the sources, it claims that realme is gearing for another launch this time not of smartphone or AIoT, this world they are ready to open realme Global Flagship Store in Ahmedabad, India on 1st June, 7 PM. Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme announced on Thursday that its first global flagship store in India was officially put into trial operation, and several pictures of the store were released.
The official photos show that the flagship shop has numerous floors with a variety of the company’s products and services on display, including cellphones, televisions, dolls, and leisure zones. In August 2020, Realme established its first offline store in India, with plans to add at least 300 more in the future. The new store, which will open on June 1, will be the company’s first offline flagship location. Furthermore, on May 28, realme will establish its first retail store in Europe in Hungary.
According to the sources, in the first quarter, realme’s shipments in India climbed by 40% year on year, hitting 6 million devices, good for third place. In a discussion on May 26, Chase Xu, Vice President of realme, indicated that due to market developments, realme would make some required adjustments to its general direction this year and that the global sales target will be cut by around 10%-20%.
Furthermore, he stated that the organization remains hopeful about the broader market’s long-term prospects. This year, the chip scarcity that has plagued the entire industry since last year has begun to ease. There is no shortage of chips from a supply chain standpoint.
We also came to know that at the start of this year, realme established a goal of increasing sales by 50% year over year, to 90 million devices. In 2021, the company sold 60 million smartphones around the world, up 50% year over year. After a 10%-20% drop, realm’s latest sales forecast for this year is 72 million to 81 million units. The company shipped 14.5 million smartphones worldwide in the first quarter of this year, almost one-fifth of its yearly objective.