Are you really a fan of the Realme X line of smartphones, or do you own one of them? If that’s the case, you’re in for some terrible news, because the business is now canceling the series. The Realme X series is dead, according to the company’s CEO, and no further models will be released in the future.
Madhav Sheth, the company’s CEO for India and Europe, announced that the X series is no longer available in an interview with TechRadar. The Realme X line of smartphones will be discontinued by the manufacturer. The Realme X7 Max 5G is the last device in this range to be released in India.
Fans of the X series gadgets will be relieved to learn that the GT series will be replacing them. The GT series will take the place of the Realme X series. So, according to the company’s CEO, GT is the new X.
Other smartphone lines, such as the C series and numbered series, will continue to operate normally, at least for the time being. Not to add, the GT series of smartphones will concentrate on the X series’ history, which is positioned above the rest of Realme’s lineup.
By announcing that the Realme X lineup has been replaced by the GT series, the business appears to be focusing on more sophisticated smartphones. To be more specific, the Realme GT is a low-cost smartphone with amazing specs and a unique appearance.
Given that the focus would be on GT series smartphones, the Realme GT 2 is expected to launch in 2022 with better features, allowing it to compete with luxury smartphones from other companies. We cover lots of new stuff related to technology and more, so to get the latest updates! Stay tuned with us on TechFire.
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