realme c1, Where to Buy Realme Products? Here’s the Full List of Stores, Gadget Pilipinas

realme c1, Where to Buy Realme Products? Here’s the Full List of Stores, Gadget PilipinasRealme is proud to kick-off 2019 with a special treat! With a goal of reaching more consumers, the brand has decided to expand the availability of its products to more than 1000 stores nationwide!

Now available in more than 10 dealer stores present across the country, Realme aims to provide Filipinos with value for money products, such as the Realme C1, which was well-received in both physical and online channels.

Realme Partner Stores

Realme products are now available offline stores nationwide, including MemoXpress, Intogadgets, Fone Style, Boma Telecom, Fonetwist, Techknow, Tech101, Galleon Enterprises Telecom, Aerophone, Electronico, Cybertech and Wiltelcom. Currently at more than 150+ stores, the expansion will continue for the month of January to reach nationwide availability.

“We feel the demand and clamor of our customers to see Realme in their nearby malls. This motivates us to expand to more stores nationwide and deliver the value of Realme to more Filipinos.”

– Realme Philippines Chief Operating Officer Jacky Chen

A Smash Hit

realme c1, Where to Buy Realme Products? Here’s the Full List of Stores, Gadget Pilipinas

The Realme C1 has received positive feedback from the tech-blogging community and has been dubbed as the real entry level king, thanks to its capable Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor, a large 6.2-inch display, dual rear cameras, and a 4,230mAh power pack, for a very affordable price of only PhP5,990.

With 23 Service Centers Nationwide

Realme also knows the importance of after sales support. As such, the brand has activated 23 service centers in the country to be able to accommodate repairs and other after sales inquiries. To find out which service centers are in your area, click here.

For the latest news on Realme and its products, you may follow the brand’s Official Facebook Page.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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