Realme’s last venture into the affordable flagship space was with its Realme X50 Pro, a smartphone that came at a time when OnePlus’ popularity in this segment was pretty high. In fact, last year’s Counterpoint report showed OnePlus as having the highest market share in India for devices that were priced at Rs 30,000 or more.
However, a lot of water has flown under the bridge since then.
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