Realme has launched the first 5G smartphone and a fitness band recently in India. Realme TV was also going to showcase in the MWC 2020, but due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, it has been delayed. But, in their recent event, they have announced that they are working on a Customised TV for India. It means that something exciting is coming with the Realme TV. Also, Realme TV in India will come with a larger panel as it was leaked during the BIS Certification. So, this time more information about Realme TV Leaks online. Therefore, read the article to know more about Realme TV Launch Date in India, Realme TV Price in India along with the Realme TV Specs.
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Realme TV in India: Leaks
Recently, many leaks about the TV has surfaced online. And, its news surfaced due to the BIS Certification. Yeah! Realme TV spotted at the Bureau of India Standards(BIS) for its certifications. Popular leakster Mukul Sharma twitted about this:
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) April 5, 2020
So, by this, we get to know that Realme TV will sport a 43-inch LED Panel. Also, in the image, you can see another model JSC55LSQL which might be the 55-inch LED TV. The news is surfacing, and the most crucial part is that the TV is customised for India. So, we can expect that the TV will come with a low price which will also compete with Xiaomi’s TV. Even, we are assuming that it will come with Android Support by which users will also use the Realme Link Application. But, as there are no official confirmation and leaks about the specs of the Realme TV.
Realme TV Launch Date in India
In the previous event, they have announced that they are revealing it in Q2 2020. But, due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, India is in lockdown till 14th April. So, we can expect that if all things go right then the launch of Realme TV might be in last week of April or in May.
Realme TV Price in India:
As the Realme is famous for its unique pricing and they have grown very fast in the market. So, we can expect that the pricing will likely to be around Rs. 30,000.
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