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Realme Dizo to launch smart products in India


PIC Credit - Dizo GoPods teaser on the Vietnamese website

Dizo, Realme's all-new brand, will debut its first product on July 1. Dizo has set a debut event for the first of next month, but hasn't specified what it will be. There have been numerous leaks of Dizo-branded wireless earbuds, smartwatches, and feature phones, thus it will most likely be one of these items.

The Dizo GoPods and Dizo GoPods D wireless earbuds are most likely two variants, whereas the smartwatch is called Dizo Watch. The teasers for these products have revealed that they are nothing more than rebranded Realme Buds Air 2, Realme Buds Q2, and Realme Watch 2 with minimal aesthetic modifications, according to the Vietnamese e-commerce website Shoppe.

Dizo will also unveil a Bluetooth speaker and a vacuum robot, according to some leaked information, although there aren't enough details about them. It's likely that Dizo may mention these products at the upcoming launch event but will not reveal them right away. Realme already has a pair of portable speakers and a vacuum robot on the market, so it's possible that Dizo will rebrand and sell these alongside the GoPods and Dizo Watch.

Dizo, in particular, has been teasing a set of fully wireless earbuds with all music-related tweets, so perhaps the Dizo GoPods and Dizo GoPods D will be the first goods under the new sub-brand, with the rest to follow. We'll learn more as the debut event approaches, and Dizo will release further teases to create excitement.


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