Smartphone brand realme, has announced that it has today launched in the Kenyan market with the intention of selling its devices in the market.

Speaking on the official launch, General Manager of realme Middle East and Africa Operations Josef Wang reiterated that, “realme always believes that by providing exquisitely designed products and reliable performance, we can provide diverse consumer groups especially youth with better user experience, realme focuses on developing its products and design continuously and will unveil more distinctive products and technologies in 2020 because our customers deserve to have products that are compatible with their expectations.”

The official entry of realme to the market is marked by the launch of the Triple Camera realme C3. The C3 will retail for Ksh. 14,000 and will come with features such as;

  • AI triple camera
  • 5000 Mah Battery which supports continuous playing of large games like PUBG for 10.6 hours.
  • Helio G70 Processor.
  • 6.5 inch Mini-Drop full screen that improves and supports game playing and movie watching experience.
  • realme C3 Colours: Blue and Red.
  • Three SIM card slot

realme sells both high-end and mid-range smartphones and was launched in mid-2018. realme is owned by Chinese company BBK Electronics, the same company that owns phone brands such as Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus. The phones the company sells includes the ‎Realme 5i, ‎Realme XT, ‎Realme X and the Realme C2. realme has sold over 40 million smartphones in 59 markets.