Realme Plans to Expand the Note Series Further; Two More Phones Slated for 2024

Sohail Akhtar

After the recent launch of the Realme Note 50 in the Philippines, the company is gearing up to broaden its Note lineup with two additional smartphones later this year. Realme CEO (Europe) and Global Marketing Director Francis Wong revealed the brand’s intentions, hinting at the upcoming Realme Note 1.

Although not officially confirmed, the leaked information suggests a price point of approximately USD 100 (~PKR 28,000), positioning the oncoming Realme Note devices in the Sub-entry-level category. It could open many avenues for the company. 

While the latest Realme Note models will likely make its presence felt in various Asian markets, it won't be available in Pakistan anytime soon. This decision might stem from Realme's existing sub-brand, Narzo, which already caters to the mid-range and entry-level segments.

Realme aims to achieve significant sales figures for the Note series, targeting 10 million units within 2024 across various regions. The company plans to differentiate itself by focusing on superior design, high-quality materials, and a strong emphasis on quality control and after-sales service. 

To enhance the user experience, Realme is also extending warranties and committing to regular updates for Note series devices — a quality severely lacking in current Realme phones. According to recent reports, the Realme Note 1 specifications include a 6.67-inch OLED panel with Full HD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. 

Powered by the Dimensity 7050 chip, the Note 1 will feature a 5,000mAh battery with 67W fast charging support. Camera setup may include a 16MP front sensor and a triple camera combo at the rear, featuring 108MP, 8MP, and 2MP lenses. However, we suggest taking these specs with a hint of sarcasm, as they remain unconfirmed by official sources.


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