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Realme is no stranger to cutting-edge and unconventional smartphone technology; the company has so far introduced the fastest-charging smartphone on the market, in addition to a real Coke Phone, in 2023. It may soon be prepared to follow the GT3 with a new display technology.
If a tweet from Realme’s vice president Madhav Sheth is any indication, it may soon join companies like Google and OnePlus in selling smartphones with flexible displays. What do you want next, #realmeFlip or #realmeFold?, asks in the text, indicating that the business is at least thinking of releasing a first-generation flexible-display smartphone.
It’s possible that it has simple access to the necessary technologies and its mass production. With the Find N2 and N2 Flip, for instance, its BBK Electronics sister brand OPPO has created some of the most competitive smartphones to date.
Despite their boring product names, any new product could pose a threat to the Samsung Z Flip4 or Z Fold4, respectively. This is especially true if Realme can provide the first item at an alluring price range, which it frequently does.