Realme is set to inaugurate its flagship concept store in the country tomorrow. The opening of realme’s flagship store marks the brand’s first anniversary in the country and comes on the heels of realme’s recent milestones, including a string of successful product launches and record-breaking offline and online sales,

Realme’s biggest offline store to date will be located in one of the brand’s biggest and most-active markets in the Philippines, Iloilo City, specifically at SM City Iloilo. It will house the brand’s complete lineup of smartphones, merchandise and accessories, including iconic cases, and realme buds.

This milestone reflects the company’s continued efforts to grow its market in the Philippines. The expanding realme offline network now comprises15concept stores, 29 exhibits, 243 kiosks, 4500 partner stores and 25 service centers nationwide.

Realme now has 28 stores and four service centers across the Visayas region that includes the recently launched realme flagship store. The brand will be opening more kiosks, stores and service centers in the City of Love next year, drawing upon Iloilo City’s sustained growth, which makes it a pivotal market for brands catering to Western Visayas.

New realme users are also welcome to join the realme community, the biggest and most active Facebook community for a smartphone brand. Members can get to know more about realme and engage with the growing family of realme users in the Philippines through the group. Fans can share their experiences, ask for tips and tricks and even join exclusive activities.

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