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New Delhi: Fast growing handset brand Realme on Tuesday announced that the sale of its Narzo series had been postponed due to Covid-19 lockdown.

“During these tough times, we are taking initiatives to postpone sale of Realme Narzo series, current stocks on hold, halt our ‘Make in India’ facility till further government notice and work from home for all,” Realme CEO Madhav Seth, said in a tweet.

Realme’s manufacturing facility in Greater Noida, which it shares with sister brand Oppo, was shut on March 22 as per the UP government’s orders.

The BBK-owned brand’s latest offerings – Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A – are scheduled for a pre-recorded video launch to be streamed online on March 26.

“Realme had foreseen the current COVID-19 situation and had pre-recorded the launch video of Narzo 10 series smartphones last week in anticipation that due to the ongoing situation the live streaming might not happen,” the company had said in an earlier statement.


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