We have been talking about realme phones for a while now. They are here, and mean business and going by their spec sheets and pricing, it is obvious who they are targeting. It is also no secret that the entry-level and the mid-range space is no stranger to tens of members – all of which want your hard-earned cash. Does realme stand a chance?
Right off the bat, we have the realme 6 that will be launched in Kenya on September 2. That does not mean that you will not see it: it is already here with us, and we have done a small unboxing and initial impressions video. It also brings a big battery to the table, as well as that fast refreshing screen at 90 Hz.
The rest of the specs are here:
1080 BY 2400 PIXELS
90 Hz refresh rate
|RAM: 8 GB
Internal: 128 GB
64 MP wide
8 MP ultra-wide
2 MP macro lens
2 MP b/w, depth
|Yes, side-mounted under power button
30W fast charging
|Comet Blue, Comet White
Also, you can watch the video linked below.
Now Read – realme 6 Review: Solid Purchase
The realme 6 will retails at KES 30000, and with that money, the company is throwing in a free realme band that costs KES 3000. The band comes in black, yellow and green. The device will be available in offline and online shops.
Another member from the realme team is the C11, which brings a large 6.5” screen and a humongous 5000 mAh cell with 10W charging. realme has branded it with some high-hitting terms to describe its camera prowess, but we all know what kind of imaging you get when you spend KES 10000 on a device. Nevertheless, the display is set at HD+, brings 32 GB of memory and 2 GB of RAM, as well as dual 13 MP and 2 MP main snappers. The front has a 5 MP selfie shooter. The package is powered by an MTK G35 chipset.
Availability starts on August 28, a few days earlier than the realme 6. And no, you do not get a band with this purchase.
This marks the third phone by the company to come to Kenya, following the launch of the KES 14000 C3 a few weeks ago. we are also certain that the coming days will see more releases, and we can’t wait for that time to come.