Realme series and Realme C1 launched in Indonesia, available from October 16


Oppo sub-brand Realme has today started its journey outside of the Indian market. The firm which currently has three smartphones to its credit earlier today announced its expansion outside of the Indian market, as the firm launched the Realme 2,  Realme 2 pro as well as the Realme C1 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The firm also made it know that it will soon enter into more countries in Southeast Asia including the Philippines, but noo timeline has been given.

The three latest smartphones from Realme will go on sale on October 16 starting from 11.am local time, at reasonable price tags. Starting off with the pro variant of the Realme 2, Realme has priced the base model of the Realme 2 pro at IDR 2,900,000 ($190), Realme 2  base variant at IDR 2,000,000 ($130), while the entry-level Realme C1 will go for IDR 1,400,000 ($92).

The Realme trio is exclusive to Lazada where it will be available for a “special offer” on 11.11, but it’s not clear what that is yet. Specific details about the trio of smartphones are all available here.

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