itel has been in the Kenya market for an extended period. The company is associated with the likes of TECNO and Infinix – and for good reason; because they are owned by Transsion.
With that in mind, itel is an even better proposition because it tries to undercut its inner-house competition with its releases that are priced much lower.
Heck, itel has even chosen to explore the home entertainment market, but this is not today’s story. The company has the S16 line of phones that are priced exemplary, which is not surprising because itel devices have always been affordable.
Here are some specs for the S16:
1600 x 720 pixels
|Rear cam||8 MP
2 MP macro
|Processor||SC7731E quad-core 1.3 Ghz|
|Internal memory||16 GB|
|OS||Android 10 Go Edition|
|Colours||Ice crystal blue/Dazzle black/Cosmic shine|
The device runs Android Go Edition, which means that the included 1 GB of RAM should be just fine for day to day operations.
Isn’t itel under Transsion Holdings?
Yes it is.
“This is the same company that has spun other offshoots like OnePlus and realme” . This is not true, you are mixing up Transsion Holding and BBK Group
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