Safaricom’s Android Go Neon Kicka 4 specs, price and availability

The Safaricom Neon Kicka 4 started going on sale just recently and you have probably seen the ads running on your tv screens. The device is the cheapest Android Go smartphone in the market right now and with it, Safaricom is trying to pull away from people from the feature phone space.

Safaricom is selling Neon Kicka 4 at Ksh 3,499 through the company’s e-commerce shop Masoko and its shops across the country under the tagline ‘’Maisha Ni Digital’

For those who purchase the device, Safaricom has also added a 500MB data bundle for the first month. There’s is also an extended an extended 500MB monthly bundle for the next five months upon the purchase of any data bundle worth Kes.50 or more.

We have the Neon Kicka 4 with us and we will be sharing all the other details you need to know in our next article, including an unboxing video we should be uploading any time.

In the meantime, below are what you should expect in terms of specs:

Display 4- Inches
Dimensions 122.6 x 64.6 x 10.85mm
Resolution 800 x 480 pixels
OS Android OS, v8.1(Go Edition)
Chipset MediaTek MT6580M
CPU 1.3GHz Quad-Core
GPU Mali 400-MP
RAM 512 MB
Internal Storage 4GB Expandle  to 32GB via Micro SD
Front Camera 0.3 MP
Rear Camera 2MP
Battery 1500mAh
Connectivity Options 2G, 3G
Price Ksh 3,499


The Safaricom Neon Kicka 4, as I mentioned, is the cheapest Android Go device in the market thanks to a new partnership between Google and Safaricom. Android Go comprises three optimized areas – the OS, Google Play store, and Google apps, all of which have been reimagined to provide Neon Kicka 4 users with a better experience.

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