realme C15 Gains Momentum in Kenyan Market as Brand Bags International Design Awards

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Realme has today announced that that their new C15 smartphone is gaining traction in the Kenyan market, less than a month after being launched.

Realme says that the C15 is gaining momentum on the Kenyan market due to its unique features, design and for its affordability. The realme C15 was launched mid last month and for Kshs 17,000, it offered a lot for the price. The headlining features include its massive 6000mAh battery, USB type C port and its quad camera system at the back. The 17,000 variant has 64GB while the 128GB model goes for Kshs 20,000.

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The company is very proud of the C15’s design. “realme, which is currently the fastest-growing smartphone brand adopts a trendsetting design concept that it has always adhered to in a bid to bring back trendy culture in the technology space. The brand explores art and beauty, going beyond the constraints of conventional aesthetics technology to bring a trendsetting aesthetic design to consumption in electronic products,” they said.


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The describe it as having a “geometric design” which features the back cover being divided into three different angles. They also boast the back-cover texture being achieved using an industry leading German five axis precise radium engraving machine which after 5 hours of polishing gives the phone a sense of class. They also say their design transpires into visual effects like the realmeUI in terms of system colors, icons, wallpapers and animations.

Realme also says that the brand has bagged top international design awards which includes smartphone products and accessories. The company has won design awards for their X Master Edition, the X2 Pro Master Edition, the 5G Master edition, the X50 Pro 5G and its wireless earphones, the Buds Q. They won the German Design Award, good design Australia award, Red Dot Design Awards and Golden Pin Design awards.


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