The company revealed this while announcing that its ‘value king smartphone’ Realme C2 will be available in 8,000 stores in the country, including 222 in Assam, from June 15
Guwahati: Smartphone brand Realme on Tuesday announed that Realme C2, the entry-level successor to the popular Realme C1, will be available across 8,000 offline stores throughout the country. The 'value king smartphone' will go on sale from June 15.
Of the 8,000 stores, 222 are in Assam, the company said at an event held in Guwahati on Tuesday.
Branding itself as 'Desh ka Real Choice', Realme C2 offers a 6.1-inch HD + Dewdrop full screen, 4,000 mAh battery, which can last for a day without charging, well-customised AI dual rear camera (13MP + 2MP) and a triple independent card slot -- at a price range starting from Rs 5,999.
As of today, Realme has 283 service centres across India, of which 15 are in Assam.
Nidhi Bhatia, product manager of Realme India, said: "We are expanding offline to give more touch and feel of the product to our customers. We strive to give our customers a combination of power and style in our products."
Commenting on the expansion, Madhav Seth, CEO, Realme India, said, “Considering the rapidly growing customer demand towards Realme C2 we are making the device available at our offline stores. Initially, the device was available for sale in Flipkart.com and our official website and saw a phenomenal response. The initiative is to fulfill our commitment to deliver best consumer experience to our customers."