Realme has already started the sales of its new 8 series through the official website. And also through other E-Commerce sites. Even though the Realme 8 and 8 Pro have no 5G support, Realme brings it to the news that it’s planning to launch the same series with 5G support. Here is everything you need to know about this exclusive topic.
Will Realme 8 and 8 Pro fail in INDIA?
The new Realme 8 and 8 Pro were told to have 5G support initially before the launch. But after the launch, we get to know that this series is a slight upgrade compared to the previous series. With the support of bandwidth limited to 4G Realme has really kept everyone shocked.
It seemed that Realme wasn’t prepared for the launch of this series but, it was already quite delayed. And this made the company come up with 8 series without the 5G support.
Should Realme have taken some additional time to launch the Realme 8 and 8 Pro?
The very first question that comes to our mind is, why didn’t Realme wait some more time so that it could have come up with a better solution? And yes as we know the competition in the market is what every company tries to beat. There are already many mobile phones available in this price range with the same specifications.
Realme did try to stand a chance to compete by the incorporation of in-display fingerprint support. But this feature alone would have made a more firm stand if 5G bandwidth support was also integrated.
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Realme while replying to one of its tweets, tweeted back saying that Realme 8 and 8 Pro 5G supported smartphones are planned to be launched too! The same is embedded below.
This really brings chaos to a buyer’s mind of whether or not to buy the Realme 8 series? Well, it’s quite obvious the company has launched this series in a hurry. And another major question would be if this hurry burry product will be good enough to meet the expectations or not?
Will this TACTIC of Realme work?
Realme already launched the sales on the official website. But now it wants the same series to have 5G support. Well, technically speaking it doesn’t make a sound decision. One wouldn’t prefer to buy a 4G phone where he has an option of buying a 5G phone of the same series in a short time ahead.
I do think Realme should have made a good call as this series was very much awaited. And it does bring its followers a great shock and disappointment.