The Chinese smartphone maker, Oppo decided to launch budget smartphone under the separated brand, Realme. And since the launch of the Realme brand, five smartphones have been launched so far named; Realme 1, Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, Realme C1 and Realme U1. And all of the devices in the budget segment has made an impact giving tough competition to the current budget segment king, Xiaomi. And it seems Oppo is taking one more step to create Realme a user-friendly brand, like Xiaomi, and for this Realme is launching its own App Store.
This is not the first time we have seen a dedicated app store for the brand. Brands like Samsung and Huawei have already launched a dedicated app store for the community, and the app store provides services like QnA section, also users can download themes, wallpapers, ringtones and much more exclusive for the community.
The new Realme app store will be available very soon as an alternative to the Android’s app store, that is, Google Play Store. Other than serving the app for the device, the Realme app store will be giving services to the Realme users dedicatedly. The app store will allow the Realme community to ask questions, queries about the updates and features coming to the device.
If you are supposed to be a tech lover, you might know about the performance of the Realme devices in the budget segment. Realme is doing really good as a brand, giving competition to the Xiaomi, and now to develop Realme more as community friendly brand, the new step to launch Realme app store seems legit.