Realme price list in the Philippines 2021

Realme have easily became one of the most celebrated brands in the Philippines. Realme Philippines started their business in the country when they launched the Realme C1 locally back in November 2018. A few years after that, we now have the midrange Realme 6 and 6 Pro, and their first flagship phone in the country, […] This article, Realme price list in the Philippines 2021, was originally published at NoypiGeeks | Philippines Technology News, Reviews and How to's.

Realme price list in the Philippines 2021

Realme have easily became one of the most celebrated brands in the Philippines.

Realme Philippines started their business in the country when they launched the Realme C1 locally back in November 2018. A few years after that, we now have the midrange Realme 6 and 6 Pro, and their first flagship phone in the country, the X3 SuperZoom.

Realme C1

Other than smartphones, the emerging tech brand also launched a couple of IoT products and accessories. There’s the Realme Buds Air TWS earphones, a couple of power banks, a smartwatch, and even a stylish backpack.

If you’re curious to see what products the company has to offer, and how much they cost, then check out our Realme price list in the Philippines below. Sorted from the newest to latest, this list will be updated every time a new product is announced, or something gets a price drop.

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You can purchase these products through tons of Realme stores, kiosks, third-party resellers, through their official store in Lazada, and via the order form on Realme Philippines’ official Facebook page. Most of these devices are also available via a 0% installment plan on Home Credit.

UPDATED: January 8, 2021, 09:58 PM

ProductPrice
Smartphones
Realme Narzo 20Php7,990
Realme 7iPhp11,990
Realme 7 Pro
8GB/128GB
Php17,990
Realme 7
8GB/128GB
Php14,990
Realme C12
3GB/32GB
Php5,990
Realme C15
3GB/64GB
4GB/64GB
Php6,490
Php6,990
Realme C11
2GB/32GB
Php4,990
Realme X3 SuperZooom
12GB/256GB
Php24,990
Realme 6 Pro
8GB/128GB
Php16,990
Realme 6
4GB/128GB
8GB/128GB
Php10,990
Php13,990
Realme 6i
3GB/64GB
4GB/128GB
Php7,990
Php9,990
Realme C3
3GB/32GB
Php5,990
Realme 5i
3GB/64GB
Php6,990
Realme XT
8GB/128GB
Php16,990
Realme 5 Pro
4GB/128GB
8GB/128GB
Php11,990
Php12,990
Realme 5
3GB/32GB
3GB/64GB
Php6,990
Php7,990
Realme C2 2020
2GB/32GB
3GB/64GB
Php4,990
Php5,990
Realme 3 Pro
6GB/128GB
Php12,990
Realme 3
3GB/32GB
3GB/64GB
Php5,990
Php6,990
Realme C1
2GB/16GB
Php5,990
Audio Accessories
Realme Buds QPhp1,490
Realme Buds ClassicPhp590
Realme Buds Air NeoPhp1,990
Realme Buds AirPhp3,990
Realme Buds WirelessPhp1,990
Realme Buds 2Php690
Realme BudsPhp399
Wearables
Realme WatchPhp3,990
Realme BandPhp1,390
Powerbanks
Realme Powerbank 2
10,000mAh
Php1,190
Realme Powerbank
10,000mAh
Php1,690
Bags
Realme Adventurer LuggagePhp2,990
Realme Adventurer BackpackPhp1,490
Realme Tech BackpackPhp1,499
AIoT products
Realme Smart Cam 360Php1,990
Realme M1 Sonic Electric toothbrushPhp1,990
Realme Smart ScalePhp1,590

Realme Narzo 20

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Being a budget phone, the Realme Narzo 20 features a MediaTek Helio G85 octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, and a 6,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging. We also have the 6.5-inch HD+ screen on the front, an 8-megapixel selfie camera on top of it, and three shooters on the back: 48-megapixel, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and 2-megapixel macro.

Realme 7i

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The Realme 7i is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, and a 90Hz 6.5-inch HD+ display. We also have a 16-megapixel selfie camera, quad rear cameras led by a 64-megapixel main shooter, and a generous 5,000mAh battery with an 18W fast charger, which you’d be plugging via its USB Type-C port.

Realme 7 and 7 Pro

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The Realme 7 and 7 Pro are polished version of their predecessors. The Realme 7 kept the 90Hzscreen, but now has a more powerful Helio G95 processor. It also has a quad-camera setup on the back led by a 64-megapixel main sensor, and a 5,000mAh battery with 30W charging.

On the other hand, the Pro model kept the Snapdragon 720G processor, but improved upgraded the screen to a Super AMOLED panel. We also have a sharper 64-megapixel main camera, and its biggest feature, the 65W SuperDart fast charging. You can read our full review for more details about it.

Realme C12

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The Realme C12 has similar specs to the C15. It has the same Helio G35 processor, 6,000mAh battery, and a 6.5-inch screen. But this time, the charging was downgraded to 10W, selfie camera to 5-megapixels, and the 8-megapixel ultra-wide is gone.

Realme C15

The Realme C15 brags a 6.5-inch HD+ display, MediaTek Helio G35 octa-core processor, large 6,000mAh battery with 18W charger, 8-megapixel selfie camera, and quad cameras consisting of 13-megapixel main shooter, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and two 2-megapixel sensor. Learn more about it in our full review.

Realme C11

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The Realme C11 is an affordable smartphone geared towards the students who want to participate in online classes. It’s equipped with an ample enough of features to get you going. There’s the MediaTek Helio G35 processor, large 5,000mAh battery, a decent 5-megapixel selfie camera for particiapting conferance calls, and a large 6.5-inch HD+ screen. You can check out our full review for more details.

Realme X3 SuperZoom

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The Realme X3 SuperZoom is the company’s very first flagship phone in the Philippines. It is powered by an high-end Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, with a generous 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It also has a smooth 120Hz 6.6-inch FHD+ screen, a periscope-style telephoto lens, 4,200mAh battery, and 30W Dart Charge. Here’s our full review for you to check out.

Realme 6 and 6 Pro

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Both the Realme 6 and 6 Pro became an instant hit thanks to their smooth 90Hz screens — a rare find in this category. The Realme 6 is powered by a Helio G90T processor, with up to an 8GB/128GB configuration, has four cameras on the back, 16-megapixels on the front, 4,300mAh battery, and 30W fast charging.

On the other hand, the Realme 6 Pro sports a Snapdragon 720G processor, with 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Realme also added and extra 8-megapixel ultra-wide on the front, and upped the 2-megapixel depth sensor from the Realme 6 to a 12-megapixel telephoto lens.

Realme 6i

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Here’s another budget release from Realme. The Realme 6i packs a MediaTek Helio G80 octa-core processor, with up to a 4GB/128GB of configuration. There’s a 6.52-inch HD+ screen on the front, with a 16-megapixel selfie camera on the top, and four cameras on the back led by a 48-megapixel and 8-megapixel ultra-wide shooters.

Keeping the lights on is a 5,000mAh battery, which you can use as a powerbank with its reverse charging feature.

Realme C3

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The Realme C3 sports a MediaTek Helio G70 octa-core processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. It also has a 6.52-inch HD+ screen, 5,000mAh battery with 10W charger, 5-megapixel selfie snapper, and three cameras on the back led by a 12-megapixel snapper.

Realme 5i

The Realme 5i comes with a Snapdragon 665 processor, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 5,000mAh battery. We also have a 6.5-inch HD+ screen on the front, an 8-megapixel selfie camera, and four cameras on the back with a 12-megapixel main shooter and 8-megapixel ultra-wide.

Realme XT, 5 and 5 Pro, C2 2020, 3 and 3 Pro, C1

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Realme 3 Pro

Here are some of the aging Realme devices. The Realme XT, Realme 5, 5 Pro, and C2 2020 came out late last year. While the Realme 3 and 3 Pro arrived in the Philippines at the first half of 2019. Meanwhile, the Realme C1 is the company’s very first offering in the country when they arrive in January last year.

All of these devices are still being offered by Realme, but considering their age, they may go out soon so make sure you act fast.

Realme Buds Q

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The Realme Buds Q is one of the cheapest TWS earphones in the market. This in-ear buds was co-designed by José Lévy of Hermes. It also boasts an IPX4 water resistance, has 10mm speaker drivers, touch-sensitive controls, and a battery that can last up to 20 hours.

Realme Buds Classic

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The Realme Buds Classic is as basic as it sounds. Albeit, it has 14.2mm driver speakers, HD microphone, a tangle-free design, and a cool strap with Realme’s signature color to keep it organized when not in use.

Realme Buds Air and Air Neo

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Realme Air Buds

The company entered the TWS scene with its Realme Buds Air series. The flagship model arrived initially with its affordable price tag. But then, a couple months later, the brand launched a more affordable option with the Air Neo.

Realme Band and Realme Watch

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Realme Watch

The Realme Band is a sleek smartband that can track all your activities, give you notification, and control select parts of your phone. It also has a built-in USB so you don’t have to loose a charger.

But if you want something more, the Realme Watch is a good upgrade over the Band. It is one of the most feature-packed smartwatches under Php5,000 with its colored screen, interchangeable bands, touch interface, and more.

Realme Powerbanks

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Realme Powerbank 2

Realme’s line of powerbanks might look basic on paper, but their designs are really a step up from the millions of powerbanks that are out in the market today.

Realme Bags

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Realme Adventurer Backpack

Now that you all have those tech and gizmos, you might want a bag to put them on. So you don’t look elsewhere, Realme also got you covered with its line of tech-centered backpacks.

AIoT products

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Realme Smart Cam 360 | M1 Sonic Electric toothbrush | Smart Scale | Adventurer Luggage

Realme has brought its first batch of AIoT products in November 2020. We expect Realme to bring more in the coming months.

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A fresh trend that’s been sweeping through the luxury watch space as of late is the brightly colored dial. That’s thanks in large part to the new line of Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches that were released in the latter half of 2020. With shades like sunny yellow, crisp turquoise, energetic red, and more, the colorful […] The post Rolex Stella Dial vs. Oyster Perpetual Watches appeared first on Bob's Watches.

Rolex Stella Dial vs. Oyster Perpetual Watches

A fresh trend that’s been sweeping through the luxury watch space as of late is the brightly colored dial. That’s thanks in large part to the new line of Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches that were released in the latter half of 2020. With shades like sunny yellow, crisp turquoise, energetic red, and more, the colorful Oyster Perpetual watches are a welcome addition to the more muted tones we’ve come to associate with fine timepieces. And other watch brands are following suit by adding lively dials to the luxury watch landscape too.

However, those who are familiar with Rolex watches will recognize that boldly colored dials are not new to the brand’s catalog but in fact, have a history that dates back to the 1970s. Those vintage dials are known as Rolex Stella dials and many collectors have correctly pointed out that the new Oyster Perpetual watches are (more-or-less) modern revivals of the old-school Stellas. Let’s dig in a little deeper and find out the similarities and differences between the new colorful Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches and the vintage Stella dials that inspired them.

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What is the Rolex Stella?

In the 1970s, Rolex began furnishing select Day-Date watches with colorful lacquered enamel dials. Rolex called them “Lacquered Stella” in the catalogs of the era and there are two theories on why they received this name. One theory claims that the name was taken from the Italian word for “star” while the other maintains that they were named after American artist Frank Stella, renowned for his kaleidoscope-like creations.

Regardless of where the name came from, today they are simply known as Rolex Stella dials within the collecting community. It is understood that these dials were manufactured in limited quantities and were originally destined for primarily the Middle East market. The combination of the flamboyant high gloss dials with the normally conservative 36mm Day-Date President watch was a striking and unexpected one.

Vintage Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual Blue

Rolex Stella Dials Colors

Rolex Stella dial color choices include:

– Blue

– Green

– Orange

– Oxblood

– Peach

– Pink

– Purple

– Red

– Salmon

– Turquoise

Perhaps the combo was too unexpected for most because the Rolex Stella watches were not particularly popular during their time. However, similar to several other once-overlooked Rolex references (most notably, the vintage Daytona references), Stella dials have reemerged as some of the most collectible vintage Rolex watches in today’s market. And finding one, especially in good condition, is a challenge since not only were they manufactured in smaller numbers but hard enamel also has a tendency to crack.

Vintage Rolex Stella Dial Watches vs Oyster Perpetual

Rolex Models With Stella Dials

Rolex Day-Date watches fitted with Stella dials were made primarily during the 1970s and 1980s, but production tapered off in the early-1990s. Additionally, there are yellow gold, white gold, and platinum versions of Rolex Stella watches, as well as gem-set editions. As a result, these special edition dials can be found across several references, depending on their year of production:

– Day-Date ref. 1802

– Day-Date ref. 1803

– Day-Date ref. 1804

– Day-Date ref. 18038

– Day-Date ref. 18039

– Day-Day ref. 18079

 -Day-Date ref. 18248

– Day-Date ref. 18239

Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual Red Jubilee Bracelet

The New Rolex Oyster Perpetual Collection

In September 2020, Rolex unveiled a new generation of Oyster Perpetual watches, boasting new calibers, new sizes, and new colorways. Although the watches still offer the choice of neutral-toned dials, it’s the bright tints that have got everyone talking. The current Rolex Oyster Perpetual dial color options include:

– Black

– Blue

– Coral red

– Green

– Pink

– Silver

– Turquoise

– Yellow

Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual Watches OP Green Turquoise Yellow

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sizes

The new-generation Rolex Oyster Perpetual is available in five different sizes:

– Oyster Perpetual 28 ref. 276200

– Oyster Perpetual 31 ref. 277200

– Oyster Perpetual 34 ref. 124200

– Oyster Perpetual 36 ref. 126000

– Oyster Perpetual 41 ref. 124300

While not all sizes offer all eight dial color choices, the highly-versatile OP 36 does. For those who aren’t familiar with the Oyster Perpetual collection, this is Rolex’s entry-level model exclusively available in stainless steel and fitted with a time-only dial and a 3-link Oyster bracelet.

Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual Green dials diamond white gold

Rolex Stella Dials vs. Oyster Perpetual

They may look similar at first glance due to their eye-catchy dial shades, but the Day-Date Stella dials and the new Oyster Perpetual watches represent two opposite ends of the Rolex dress watch spectrum. The Day-Date is Rolex’s most prestigious watch model – so much so that it is more commonly known as the Rolex President and it’s the watch that we’ve come to expect on the wrists of the world’s most powerful people.

The Rolex Day-Date is only ever made in solid 18k gold or platinum, and diamond embellishments are always an option. Other flourishes often found on Day-Date watches include fluted bezels and President bracelets. The watch combines both a day and a date window, with the latter indication further enhanced by a Cyclops magnification lens protruding from the surface of the crystal above it.

On the other hand, the Oyster Perpetual is Rolex’s starter watch, offering the two most important design traits of a modern Rolex: a water-resistant Oyster case and a self-winding Perpetual movement. The face of the watch is straightforward in its design, featuring a trio of hands at the center, an unadorned smooth bezel, and a flat sapphire crystal. It only comes with a three-link Oyster bracelet, which is the brand’s most casual choice.

Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual turquoise oxblood

An Attainable Splash of Color

Given these fundamental differences, it is refreshing that Rolex would pick its entry-level model to showcase a vibrant and collectible dial style once reserved for its most exclusive line of watches. Rolex even revived the idea of the Stella style for a short while in 2013 when it released a few Day-Date models with colorful dials and matching leather straps. However, now the most easy-going Rolex model was chosen to serve up the candy-colored dials – and buyers are eating it up. It also doesn’t hurt that you can choose from a variety of different case sizes within the new Rolex OP range, while the original Stella dials were only available inside a 36mm Day-Date case.

Although the Rolex Oyster Perpetual is by no means an inexpensive watch, it is far more attainable than a Day-Date President, especially if we’re comparing it to an ultra-coveted vintage Day-Date with a Stella dial. If the watch-centric corners of Instagram are any indication, the “Tiffany” turquoise editions and the sun-drenched yellow options are the current favorites among the new OP colorways.

Rolex has long been considered a conservative brand, sticking to classic palettes and timeless silhouettes. Yet, given the advent of more cheerful options in recent years like the Rainbow Daytona, multi-colored sapphire “Gummy Bear” Yacht-Master, the gradient gem-set Pearlmaster models, and now the brightly-toned Oyster Perpetual watches, it’s clear that Rolex knows precisely when and how to add a dash of color to its lineup for maximum effect.

Vintage Rolex Stella Dial vs Oyster Perpetual Watches

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