Realme TechLife is a AIoT Platform For Third-Parties To Make Smart Devices

Let’s take a look at the TechLife AIoT Platform and the upcoming products under it.


[UPDATE]: At the end of the launch, Realme’s India CEO Madhav Sheth announced that the Buds Air 2 launch is near. He did not give the exact launch date of the company’s upcoming truly wireless earbuds.

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Realme has launched the Realme X7 series today in India. The company launched two new smartphones – Realme X7 and X7 Pro. At the launch, Realme’s India CEO Madhav Sheth announced Realme TechLife. The new AIoT Eco Platform invites third-party companies to develop smart devices with the brand. It already develops smart devices like a smart toothbrush, smart camera, smartwatches, etc. The teaser image shows new or potential upcoming products like a smart scale, smart lamp, headphones, etc. Let’s take a look at the TechLife AIoT Platform and the upcoming products under it.

Realme invites third-party companies to co-develop smart devices under TechLife AIoT Platform

Realme has transitioned from a smartphone brand to a “Tech Lifestyle” brand in the past two years. The company has launched a few smart devices other than smartphones in India. These smart devices work with the Realme Link app. 

The company is now inviting third-party brands to develop more smart devices under its TechLife AIoT platform. Realme’s India CEO Madhav Sheth made the announcement at the Realme X7 series launch. “Today, we are initiating #realmeTechLife. Through this, we encourage budding brands with similar dreams to join a new AIoT Eco Platform. Together we wish to bring versatile technology products to the whole world,” Sheth tweeted.

Without giving more details on the upcoming products, Sheth confirmed that the company will launch more AIoT products under the platform. He also invited third-party brands to work with the company and co-develop smart devices. The teaser poster confirms that the company will launch a smart scale, headphones, Wi-Fi router, smart lamp, smart bulb, etc.

The company currently offers smart bands, smartwatches, wireless earbuds, a smart toothbrush,  a smart camera, etc. We can expect more details on the AIoT products in the future.

The company today launched the X7 series in India. The two 5G smartphones come with a MediaTek Dimensity processor, up to 4,500 mAh battery, and a 64MP primary camera. 

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