Technology: Smartphone Brand RealMe Is Launching New Phones In The Kenyan market

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Following its entry into the Kenyan market a few months ago, Realme which is a subsidiary of Oppo is preparing to launch a couple of smart devices, to be available on both online and offline markets.

The Realme brand which had promised to cater to young people by availing great products at competitive prices has introduced more devices that will impress consumers who value advanced technology and modern design. 

On its list of yet to be launched devices include the Realme C11, Realme 6 and the Realme band, which is a smart band designed for fitness tracking. 

Realme C11

This is an entry-level phone that features a massive 5000mAh battery, a 6.5-inch display and two cameras at the back. The phone is priced at Ksh 10,000 which is a competitive price if you compare it with the Realme C3 that’s currently selling at Ksh 14,000.

Equipped with a 6.5”, mini-drop full screen, the Realme C11 brings a larger field of view, providing excellent gaming, audio and video experience, allowing one to enjoy a wider field of view brought by the large screen and less visual disturbance while giving you an experience of near-full screen. The phone features a bigger battery, 5000mAh massive battery, and a nightscape dual camera. The official first sale day for Realme C11 will be on August 28th both online and offline.

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Realme 6 

Realme 6 is a mid-range level premier smartphone that will be among the first in the country to have a 90Hz display while selling under Ksh 30,000. The phone features a quad camera, 30W fast charging technology and a 6.5-inch screen estate.

The Realme 6,  known to have the most powerful 64Mp quad-camera in its category, will retail at Kshs 29,999. The Pro Camera Pro Display phone features, 90hz Smooth Display, Helio G90 T, and 30W Flash Charge. The user will have the freedom of fully charging the battery within 60mins and 70% in 30mins.  The official first sale day for realme 6 will be on September 2nd both online and offline and every customer will get a free realme band worth Kshs 2,999.

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Realme Band

Fitness lovers will love this Realme band considering it supports up to nine modes of exercise tracking. Such include walking, running, cycling, cricket, trail hike, mountain hike Yoga, workout and more. The band has a 0.96-inch colour display and can be linked to your phone through the Realme link app for further customisation.  This fitness band is also water and dust resistant, making it suitable for heavy-duty work. It also allows you to catch up with your notifications and more.

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Real me as a brand was introduced into the world in May 2018, and to date, it has gained 40 million users from around the world. The brand targets to hit 50 million users by the end of the year, and considering its fast growth, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, this much is possible.

Earlier in the month of August Realme introduced the Realme C3, which became the first device from the company to hit the Kenyan market. The mid-range device which features the latest immersive displays at 6.5 inches, triple AI camera setup, a massive 5000mAh battery and a G70 processor, is priced at Ksh 14,000, selling in blue and red colours.

Realme C3 is available on Jumia and offline markets. However, to get the Realme C11. Realme 6 or the Realme band we will have to wait until Monday when the phones will be launched.

In the meantime, The Oppo A-92 is now available in Kenya.

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