Realme has officially released its upcoming AIoT launch event. Realme will hold a digital event on July 26 to launch a series of AIoT products.
Looking at the event teaser, we can see several products being teased. Let’s go through each of them.
Realme Pad X
Realme has been teasing the Realme Pad X for some time now. The company previously launched the Realme Pad and Realme Pad Mini in the Indian market, both of which were quite successful in the Indian market with their budget pricing. But this tablet may be facing more premium tablets like the Xiaomi Pad 5. Let’s wait for the launch to see how it fares against the competition.
Realme Pad X Accessories
In the teaser, we can also see the keyboard cover for the tablet. We can see the pencil for the tablet in the image. It will launch alongside the tablet.
Realme Watch 3
Realme has already teased the release of the Realme Watch 3 separately. It will come with a larger screen compared to the Realme Watch 2, as Realme teased “Something big is coming” for the watch.
We can also see a TWS in the teaser, but we’re not sure what the model is. The company hasn’t revealed much about TWS beyond this teaser. It could be the Realme Buds 3 Neo as some rumors say.
We are not sure if this monitor is a normal monitor or a gaming monitor. Although once launched, this would be Realme’s first monitor in India and will mark the company’s presence in yet another product category.
In addition, the company would beat its archrival Xiaomi by launching a monitor in one of the most important markets for both brands.
Realme solidifies its position as leader in the AIoT segment in the country
I talked about Xiaomi’s reluctance to bring its wide range of AIoT products to India in a previous article. This is exactly where Realme is scoring points. And they’re doubling it. Realme keeps adding more and more products in different categories in India like Xiaomi did in China.
Did you know that Realme has washing machines (opens in new tab)refrigerators (opens in new tab)and air conditioners (opens in new tab) in the Indian market? They are gaining presence in more and more segments while Xioami keeps its products from the Indian market. This reminds me of the example of the TWS segment. Xiaomi had a lot of products in the TWS segment in China, but they didn’t release any in time. Realme invaded the market with many different models and captured a share of the market from them.
With the launch of more AIoT products, Realme is consolidating its position as a leader in the AIoT segment. With its AIoT product portfolio being the largest in the country.