The Realme laptop was teased by the company’s CEO, Madhav Sheth, on Twitter about its launch in India. In a style that reminds us of how Steve Jobs introduced the first generation MacBook Air in 2008, Sheth posted a picture that seems to give a glimpse of the first Realme laptop out of a paper bag. The Chinese company seems to have been working on its laptops for a while now. The new company could let Realme compete against Xiaomi again, which sells its laptops under the Mi and Redmi brands.
Madhav Sheth, CEO of India and Europe, posted a cryptic teaser on his Twitter account that includes a picture that gives us a taste of Realme’s first laptop. The device appears to have a similar finish to Apple’s MacBook. However, it is unclear whether the notebook has a unibody aluminum chassis or a plastic construction.
Although Sheth has not specifically confirmed that the image is related to the upcoming Realme laptop, he suggested the launch plans by using a binary code in his tweet found in “Hello World!” is translated. – the phrase that is a popular introduction to the world of computer programming. He also asked his followers to guess the name of the new product. All of this suggests that the company is planning something new that could be nothing more than a laptop.
01001000B 01100101B 01101100B 01101100B 01101111B 00100000B 01010111B 01101111B 01110010B 01101100B 01100100B 00100001B 00000000B # realme new product category has a message for you!
Can you decipher it and guess the product name that leads to your #TechLife? pic.twitter.com/PhPcvn0668
– Madhav Max 5G (@ MadhavSheth1) June 9, 2021
Last month, Realme suggested its plans for introducing laptops by polling its forums. “We have received countless inquiries for laptops and would like to understand your needs better,” the company said in the survey.
Tipster Mukul Sharma also claimed in January that Realme laptops could become a reality as early as June.
In addition to the launch of laptops, Realme is currently preparing to launch Realme GT in global markets including India. The flagship smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC debuted in China in March.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen significant growth in the laptop market as people work and study from home. Traditional vendors like Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo have seen massive increases in their laptop shipments in the past few quarters. However, new entrants like Realme can give them an uphill battle over time.
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