realme has officially launched the realme 6 and realme C11 smartphones in Kenya as part of the company’s global expansion strategy. The company also launched the realme band.
The brand launched the realme C11 and realme 6 in the Kenyan market virtually via livestreams on YouTube and Facebook. The two phones were launched after the successful launch and rollout of the first realme phone in the Kenyan market, the realme C3.
This launch brings the number of the realme smartphones that are available in Kenya to three with plans to bring more phones in the market in coming months.
The realme C11 will retail at Ksh. 9,999 while the realme 6 will retail at Ksh. 29,999. The realme band is retailing at Ksh. 2,999.
The realme 6 runs on Android 10 OS plus Realme UI and comes with Mediatek MT6785 Helio G90T processor, 6.5 inch screen, 128GB internal storage and 8Gb RAM. It also comes with a Quad main camera set up (64 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP) and a large 4300 mAh battery with fast charging.
The realme C11 also runs on Android 10 OS plus Realme UI. It comes with a 6.5 inch screen, MediaTek Helio G35 processor, Dual main camera (13MP + 2MP) and a 5MP selfie camera. It also comes with a 5000 mAh battery.
The realme Band is a fitness tracker that supports 9 sport modes such as walking, running, yoga, and more. It also includes features such as sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, and step monitoring. The realme Band can store any 3 out of 9 sport modes and is powered by the realme Link app that is available on the Google Play Store.
For more information please follow realme on their social media accounts on Instagram @realmekenya, Facebook @realme, Youtube and our official website https://www.realme.com/mea-en/ or search on google for realme, realme C3, realme C11 and realme 6.