Realme has announced an Early Access Program where its fans get a shot at experiencing company’s new product, latest information on the company’s new projects, assured invite for every official Realme event, along with goodies by the company.

Realme Early Access Program promises to offer new product experie...


  • Realme Early Access Program announced.
  • The program gives exclusive access to the company’s products, latest information and more. 


Realme has announced its Early Access Program that will enable participants to experience the company’s new products, get the latest information, assured invites to official events, along with some exclusive perks and gifts. The program is specially designed for Realme ‘fans’ and it “aims at delivering first-hand experience of Realme products before anybody else.” The new program is limited to registered Realme Community members and interested users can now apply for it till February 13, 2019. This is basically similar to the ‘The Lab’ initiative by OnePlus where OnePlus fans get to review a device before anyone else and also get access to exclusive perks. 

Those who manage to get acess to Realme’s program will get a “new product experience,” and get the latest information on the company’s new projects. Additionally selected members will also get an assured invite for every official Realme event, along with goodies by the company. As for the participating in the program, those who are interested will need to head over the company’s forum here. The process to apply is a bit different than simply filling a form. As per the company, one will need to:

“1. Answer in comment section: What makes you a hard core Realme fan?

2. Write a thread about your first Realme device – How you got to know about it? When did you buy? Why did it happen? We want to know everything. Quirk it up with some photos to get extra brownie points.

3. Post the thread in section Playground> Discussion

4. Share the thread link in the reply/ comment section of this post

5. Cross your fingers to be lucky!”

Realme says it will select some users, but has not specified on what criteria they will be chosen. The Realme Early Access program is exclusive to residents of India and selected members might be required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for some activities.

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