Realme To Launch TechLife Branded Smart Home Appliances On Sep. 30

Realme is OPPO’s sub-brand. It entered the market to realize the company’s dual-brand strategy that many big names run currently. We mean Huawei created Honor; Xiaomi created Redmi (and POCO); VIVO created iQOO and so on. But offering products from only one category can’t be profitable. So all these brands are gradually entering other niches as well. The same is true for Realme. Recently, it has been teasing some new IoT products. And it seems the company has already got things done. The manufacturer announced the launch date for the new products today.

It turns out Realme will soon uncover an air purifier and two vacuum cleaners under its TechLife brand. The launch event will take place on September 30. As for the mentioned products, they will be called the Realme TechLife Air Purifier, the Realme TechLife Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, and the Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum.

First, the Realme TechLife Air Purifier will have a high CADR of 330m3/h and 5 wind modes. Also, there will be a high-precision air quality sensor, filters with high-precision, smart filter change indicator, timer settings, etc. But the company also promises more unique features. Apart from this, it will have a 9.5Kpa wireless super suction, high runtime with low noise, and a long-lasting battery. But all these features won’t affect its lightweight.

The company’s upcoming robot vacuum cleaner will support both sweeping and mopping. The Realme TechLife robot vacuum will also carry various sensors to ensure smart mapping with a navigation system, intelligent surface adaption, and efficient operation.

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As Realme is mainly operates in India, the mentioned products ought to go on sale via Flipkart during the Big Billion Days 2021.

By the way, as said, besides smartphones, this brand also focuses on other niches such as TWS wearables, smartbands, tablets, etc. Recently, it announced the first Realme tablet in India, namely Realme Pad. The latter sports a 10.4-inch WUXGA+ LCD display, which has an 82.5% screen-to-body ratio. Also, there is an 8MP camera on the rear and another similar lens on the front. Under the hood, it hosts a Helio G80 SoC, which is accompanied with up to 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The latter supports expansion. Also, it has a 7,100mAh battery, which gets power through 18W fast charging. The tablet comes with quad stereo speakers, fine-tuned by Dolby Atmos. The lowest version costs Rs 13,999 ($189).

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