Kenya’s smartphone sphere continues to shift with the entry of new players bringing on board great experiences in terms of gadgets that are taking the markets by storm.

realme announced its official entry into the Kenyan market as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy.

The smartphone brand landed in the country with their realme C3 Game Monster model that is likely to give competitors a run for their money given its affordability and the features it comes with.

realme C3 comes with AI triple camera with great zoom that gives the user an opportunity of taking images both near, and at a distance by giving clear distinctive features of any image taken. It also rocks a 5000MAh massive battery, a Helio G70 Processor, a 6.5’’ mini-drop full screen and a 3-card slot. A key and unique feature here is a 3-card slot.

The phone will officially debut its first offline sale at Sh13,999 on Tuesday, August 18. Three more models realme C11, realme 6 and the realme band are set to be launched on August 25.

The realme 6 will have a 64MP quad camera, a pro display, 90hz smooth display, Helio G90 T and 30W Flash Charge. The C11’s entry level king will feature a bigger 5000mAh battery, 6.5-inch mini-drop full screen and a nightscape dual camera.

The realme 6 which is The most powerful 64Mp quad camera under Sh30,000 will feature 64MP Pro Camera, Pro Display, 90hz Smooth Display, Helio G90 T and 30W Flash Charge. While the C11 Sh9,999 entry level King will feature a Bigger Battery, 5000mAh Massive Battery, 6.5”, Mini-drop Fullscreen and a Nightscape Dual Camera.

The launch of the three more brands will increase the presence of realme models in Kenya to three as it positions itself to sweep across one of the most competitive markets in Africa. Kenya, according to a report by Communications Authority in 2019, had a 91 percent penetration of mobile subscription.

According to the phone giant, realme, the entry of realme C3 into the Kenyan market is just the beginning. Three more products are on the way; realme C11, realme 6 and the realme band, set to be launched on August 25, 2020 at 11.00am on the realme social platforms.

The launch of the three more brands will increase the presence of realme models in Kenya to three as it positions itself to sweep across one of the most competitive markets in Africa. Kenya, according to a report by Communications Authority in 2019, had a 91 percent penetration of mobile subscription.

realme has entered the top five rankings in 9 global markets. In Southeast Asia, the fourth largest mobile phone market in the world, realme has also become the fourth mobile phone brand with a market share of 12% and a year-on-year growth rate of 102%. It is working to achieve its goal of 100 million units in global smartphone sales in two to three years

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.

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