Realme becomes quickest brand to ship one hundred million smartphones globally: Strategy Analytics

Realme has turn into the quickest brand to attain one hundred million worldwide shipments, beating the time taken by the likes of Xiaomi, Apple, and Samsung, according to Strategy Analytics investigation.

“Realme is the fastest brand ever to ship 100 million smartphones cumulatively worldwide,” Strategy Analytics Executive Director Neil Mawston wrote.

Realme shipped its one hundred millionth smartphone for the duration of June, the report mentioned. “It has taken just 37 months for Realme to grow from zero to 100 million smartphone shipments. That is faster than Apple, Samsung, Nokia, Huawei, Xiaomi or any other major smartphone brand of the past quarter-century,” Mawston mentioned.

Senior Director Linda Sui mentioned: “Only 16 brands have ever shipped more than 100 million units cumulatively worldwide in the twenty-seven years up to H1 2021. It is an elite club.”

China and India have been big drivers for Realme, which was spun-off from BBK Electronics-owned Oppo in 2018. In its home territory, the Chinese brand recorded a staggering 175 per cent half year-on-half year development for the duration of the year’s initially half. Today, it is the country’s quickest-developing smartphone brand.

In India, Realme had zero shipments for the duration of the second quarter of 2018. Since then, it has cornered a industry share of 14 per cent and fourth spot by Q2 2021.

Senior Analyst Yiwen Wu mentioned: “Realme’s smartphone growth is driven by a deep range of Android models, competitive pricing, striking online marketing campaigns, and extensive retail presence. Realme has scaled up its smartphone business in record time.”

Realme India and Realme Europe CEO Madhav Sheth acknowledged the achievement. Tweeting: “Shout out to all the #realmeFans for taking a leap with us.”

He also shared a letter on Twitter, in which he once again thanked every person for supporting the fledgling brand. “With your rock-solid support, we have grown tremendously, despite the challenges of the ongoing pandemic,” he wrote.

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