Realme, the Chinese smartphone brand, has announced the availability of the realme 6 to the Kenyan market.
The realme 6 has pretty high end features for the price the company is asking for. Its standout feature is the 6.5 inch 2400 x 1080p 90hz display which will feel “smoother” than traditional 60hz panels. It has a healthy 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage which is plenty.
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It is powered by the Mediatek Helios G90T SoC which is a high end Mediatek CPU. Additionally, it has a huge 4300mAh battery which can be charged quite fast with the 30W flash charge.
The camera setup of the realme 6 is what we have seen on the market in a while. There is a main 64MP main shooter with a f/1.8 lens. The ultrawide angle camera is an 8MP unit with a 119° field of view. There is also a black and white ‘portrait lens’ and a 2MP macro lens. The selfie camera is a 16MP camera with a f/2.0 aperture.
#realme6 is refreshingly different:
It goes on sale tomorrow(2nd Sept) on Jumia.
— Techweez (@techweez) September 1, 2020
Thanks to the high-end Mediatek SoC, it can shoot 4K video up to 30fps with the main camera. The selfie camera can do a max of 1080p at 30fps but will get 120fps slow-motion selfies with a future software update.
The company says that the realme 6 will be available in Kenya on 2nd September which is tomorrow. The 8GB RAM/128GB model with be available for Kshs 29,999 and it will come with a free realme band that retails for Kshs 2,999. It will be available in two colours: white and blue.
This follows the launch of the C11 sale in Kenya
The official sales day of the realme 6 follows last week’s sale release of the realme C11. The budget C11 went live on Jumia and through offline channels on 28th August and the company says they have been received well.