MWC Barcelona: Realme considers manufacturing its products in Egypt

Mohamed Alaa El-Din
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Barcelona – Madhav Prakash Sheth — the Vice President of Realme and Head of the International Business Unit — said that the Egyptian market is one of the most important markets in the Middle East for his company and performs well among the countries where the company is present.

In response to a question by Daily News Egypt during a session held by the company on the sidelines of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Sheth said that the company is considering the possibility of manufacturing its products in Egypt, especially with the Egyptian state encouraging local manufacturing.

Commenting on the impact of the attacks between Russia and Ukraine on the company’s expansion in Eastern Europe, he explained that the company’s priority at the moment is to ensure the safety of its employees in these countries.

During the activities of the first day of the MWC in Barcelona, Realme launched its Realme GT 2 Series phones.

Additionally, Realme once again collaborated with world-class Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa to design this unique phone, the first phone designed from biopolymer and derived from the sustainable design concept of paper.

After 12 months of research and development, in addition to 63 design prototypes, the final version of the Realme GT 2 Pro finally reflects the precision of the workmanship and craftsmanship with 0.1mm deep laser engravings.

The screen of the Realme GT 2 Pro is built using Super Reality technology, which is designed to give users a realistic and rich viewing experience, providing clarity and superior attention to details.

The device is the world’s first phone with a 2K AMOLED flat panel display based on LTPO 2.0 technology. Its Super Reality display technology works with a 6.7-inch E4 AMOLED screen that displays over 4.5 million pixels, or 525 pixels per square inch. The screen’s high pixel density makes text appear crystal-clear, and images include stunning details that look clear, including blades of grass or strands of hair, which get displayed in excellent detail.

During the exhibition, Realme also launched a smart TV screen and smart earphones.

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