realme recently made available its best-selling midrange 5G innovation: the realme 8 5G, via postpaid plans with leading telcos Globe Telecom and Smart Communications.
Launched in June, the realme 8 5G is the brand’s latest 5G-ready offering in line with its commitment to make 5G technology and connectivity available to as many Filipinos as possible across the nation. With next-generation 5G technology, impressive speed, and no-compromise functionality, the realme 8 5G sets a new standard for 5G-capable smartphones in the mid-range category.
Powered by the Dimensity 700 processor, the realme 8 5G comes packed with a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Screen with up to 600 nits of brightness and 90Hz refresh rate, and a 5000mAh massive battery with 18W Type-C quick charge and 5G Power Saving. It also boasts a 48MP Nightscape Camera and a 16MP Primary Camera with AI Beauty Selfie functionality. In addition, it features a 3-Card SIM Tray that supports the use of 2 SIM cards and a dedicated micro-SD card slot expandable up to 1TB.
The realme 8 5G comes in two colors: Supersonic Blue (pictured) and Supersonic Black.
The realme 8 5G (8GB+128GB) will be available via postpaid offers from leading telcos Globe Telecom and Smart Communications for as low as P999 per month with minimal cash-out.
With Globe Postpaid, the realme 8 5G is available at Plan 999. This comes with 5GB of data, Unli All-Net Texts, and Unli All-Net Calls or Calls to DUO and Landline. It also comes with FREE 3GB of GoWiFi, FREE KonsultaMD (Individual Subscription), and FREE GInsure (3 months COVID-19 coverage from Singlife).
On the other hand, the realme 8 5G will be available through Smart Signature, also at Plan 999. This comes with 5GB of data, Unli All-Net Texts, Unli All-Net Calls and 50 mins Calls to PLDT.
For more info and updates on the realme 8 5G, follow realme Philippines on Facebook at facebook.com/realmePhilippines, @realme_PH on Twitter, and @realmephilippines on Instagram. #CaptureInfinitePossibilitiesWith5G #realmePH
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