"If we receive the approval, our factory's primary task will be on producing the new Narzo series and the popular existing models including Realme
6 series," said the company.
The company had postponed the Narzo-series launch event and Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) products that were scheduled for April owing to the lockdown.
Besides sales channels, the company has also resumed service centres in green and orange zones, and plan to gradually resume the operations in other areas in accordance with advisory and guidelines issued by respective state governments. Owing to lockdown
and restrictions due to Covid-19 pandemic, Realme has extended warranty on products, which expired during the lockdown period, till June 30.
The company has procured necessary permissions for the vehicles to pick up goods and steps are taken to ensure proper supply to the customers.
On Monday, the India Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) and mobile manufacturers urged the UP government to help restart manufacturing gradually in the Noida-Greater Noida belt so that supply chain can be streamlined in days to come.
Pankaj Mohindroo, Chairman, ICEA, said the normalcy up to 30 per cent in mobile manufacturing will return by the end of May if factories are allowed to function.