realme C15 now selling in Kenya for Ksh.17,000

After weeks of teasers, the realme C15 is now selling in Kenya. Realme launched the device yesterday and it will be available Ksh.17,000 with official first sales day set for 21st September.

The phone comes with a 6000mAh battery, AI Quad Camera and also features 18W Quick Charge.

The launch of realme C15 comes barely a month after the company successfully launched a series of smartphones including the realme C3, realme C11, realme 6, and realme band.

The company also recently partnered with Safaricom for a sale on their platforms and outlets for the realme C11 on the 21st September and realme C15 at the end of the month.

realme says it is committed to becoming a tech-trendsetter brand that dares to leap and uses the “mobile phone + AIoT” dual-drive strategy to create a trendy lifestyle for the younger generation.

”The brand aims to introduce the full range of realme smartphones as well as realme smart AIoT products to meet the true needs of Kenya customers” it says.

Realme C15 Specifications and availability in Kenya

Display Type IPS LCD
Size 6.5 inches (~81.7% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution HD+ (720 x 1560 pixels), (~270 ppi density), 20:9 ratio
Platform OS Android 10, realme UI 1.0
Chipset MediaTek Helio G35 (12 nm)
CPU Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4×1.8 GHz Cortex-A53)
GPU PowerVR GE8320
Network Technology 2G,3G,4G LTE
Memory RAM 3/4GB
ROM 32/64GB
MicroSD card Slot Yes
Camera Selfie 8 MP f/2.0 ultrawide lens
Rear Quad: 13 MP f/2.2 wide (PDAF, 4x digital zoom), + 8 MP, f/2.3 ultrawide + 2 MP f/2.4 monochrome + 2 MP, f/2.4

Video: up to 1080P @ 30fps

Battery 6000 mAh with 18W Fast charging technology
Other features Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted), BT 5.0, micro-USB port

Colors: Power silver, Power Blue

Price KES 16,999 (64GB), KES 19,999(128GB)
Availability Available from Sep 21st

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