Realme Preparing to Launch realme C11, realme 6 and a fitness band in Kenya on August 25

Few days after its debut in Kenya, as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy, realme is preparing to launch a couple of devices.

Realme has already unveiled realme C3, which will be available on a flash sale on August 17th, 2020, at noon on Jumia Kenya. The phone will be officially available both online and offline the following day.

Realme is now ready to add new devices to the mix to increase the presence in the Kenyan market. Two new phones include; realme C11, and realme 6, plus a new fitness band simply called the realme band.

Realme 6


Realme 6 is the most powerful and will be giving lower mid-range devices under Ksh 30,000 a run for their money. It features a quad camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor leading the pack. The phone will be among the first devices in the country with a 90Hz Smooth Display in this price range. Another key highlight is the 30W fast charging technology.

Realme C11

realme C11
realme C11

Realme C11 is an entry-level phone that even underscores realme C3’s Ksh 14,000 price tag. At just Ksh 10,000, the phone features a big 5,000mAh battery, a 6.5-inch display, and a dual-camera array on the back.

Realme Band

The company’s smart band is here to compete with what Xiaomi has locally. It has a 0.96-inch color display with five different Dial Faces built-in, IP68 rating, and features several tracking modes. Realme band supports nine modes of sports tracking, including yoga, running, walking, and more. Additionally, you can also catch up with your notifications via the smart band.

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