Jul 06, 2020 News
From recent years, we've seen a great deal of smartphones trying to enter the market and cement their place in the smartphone world. We've seen most of these newcomer manufacturers trying to penetrate the mid range section first because that's where the majority of the users lie.
The likes of Xiaomi, Realme and even Huawei started by taking this route, and they've gotten quite successful. A major factor in the success of these smartphones is how low they're priced as compared to their competitors, and Realme seems to have understood this better than the others, as they've made an existing phone even cheaper than it was previously.
The Realme 6i is a great phone, and even at its previous price of about 32,000 Pakistani rupees, it was a good deal. However, probably keeping the capabilities of the Redmi Note 9 and its pricing in mind, Realme has decided to lower the price of the 6i by 2000 rupees more, as it now goes for 30k in Pakistan. The 6i comes with a good screen, a decent design and impressive specs for the price as well. You get a MediaTek Helio G80 inside the phone, which is a commendable option for gaming purposes and delivers a punch when playing heavy games. You also get 5000 mAh worth of battery in the phone, with a fast charging capacity of 18W as well.
It's no surprise that the phone is a direct competitor of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, and has a lot of the same specs as it does as well. The price reduction also seems to be for users to prefer the 6i over the Redmi device as both phones are pretty similar, and we can't say we don't appreciate the move made by Realme.