Realme today announced that it has resumed the sales of its smartphones and other products in India through online and offline channels.

Realme products are available through the company’s official Indian site, Flipkart, and Amazon.in. They can also be purchased from offline stores in areas that are marked as orange and green zones by the Indian government.

This announcement comes after the Indian government eased lockdown restrictions in the country, allowing e-commerce companies to begin delivering non-essential items in areas marked as orange and green zones.

Realme in a press release sent to the media also said that it has been receiving a “massive amount of orders” online since Sunday midnight and that it has enough stocks to meet the current demand until its factory reopens.

Furthermore, Realme said that its service centers in orange and green zones are gradually resuming operations while ensuring precautionary measures like social distancing.

With e-commerce companies allowed to sell non-essential goods in India, we expect the Realme Narzo series to launch soon in the country. It was supposed to arrive on March 26, but the launch was postponed twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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