Realme unleashes the 7 and 7 Pro onto the European market
Realme has now launched new phones for its European audience. The online event, hosted by Madhav Sheth, CEO of this regional division, unveiled the 7 and 7 Pro, albeit without mention of the 7i. Many of their headline attributes, such as their TUV Rheinland certifications for eye-health protection, Dolby Atmos audio and 65W SuperDart charging in the Pro variant, were emphasized during the live-streamed show.
They are also packaged with a 3-year warranty and 1 free replacement within 2 months of purchase in this region. This, as Sheth noted during its presentation, is an improvement over the support offered by the average smartphone brand in the same market, and also exceeds the statutory EU warranty standard by 1 year.
The 7-series' European pricing scheme was also finally outlined. The vanilla model starts at €179 (~US$212) for a 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant, whereas the Pro has been set at €299 (~$352) for its single 8/128GB SKU.
The 7 will be available from October 13, 2020, whereas the 7 Pro will start selling from October 21. Both phones will be listed on Realme's European website and on Amazon, as well as with a host of familiar retail partnerts such as MediaMarkt and Fnac throughout the region.