- Realme has seven million active users, reveals Madhav Sheth
- The company entered the smartphone market with Realme 1 last year
- Realme offers its smartphones in various price segments
Realme has hit the mark of 17 million users globally with seven million people added in the last 90 days alone, India CEO Madhav Sheth announced through a tweet posted on Thursday. The Oppo spin-off brand came into existence back in May last year with the launch of the Realme 1. Soon after establishing its presence in India and China, the company expanded its portfolio and brought models such as the Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, Realme C1, and Realme U1 soon after the initial success of the Realme 1.
Sheth through his tweet underlined that seven million new customers joined Realme in the last 90 days, and that the 17 million global users figure is also the number of its active users. However, the executive didn’t reveal any market-specific data. This means that it’s unclear that how many Realme users currently exist in India.