itel S23 4G Launched in Kenya, Specs, Pricing and Availability

itel recently unveiled its latest addition to the S series in Kenya, the iTel S23 4G. The device comes with a number of interesting features including a colour-changing back, and a glass front.

The white edition of the itel S23 features a photochromic layer on the rear, which automatically changes colours from mystery white to dreamy pink when exposed to sunlight or UV rays. itel says its exquisite design, coupled with the vibrant 3D composite panel, helps users to show their unique sense of style.

itel S23 comes with a 6.6” HD+ waterdrop display, achieving a 91% screen-to-body ratio. Its 90Hz high refresh rate brings an excellent viewing experience, while the 120Hz responsive touch rate ensures seamless scrolling and gaming.

The phone is powered by 128+8GB large memory, providing ample space for daily applications. Additionally, itel says  the 8+8GB memory fusion can effectively integrate ROM space with RAM running space, providing ultra-high performance with less latency.

It also comes equipped with a 5000mAh battery, accompanied by 10W Type-C charging, enabling up to 15 hours of social media usage and 112 hours of music playback.

Morocco offline event offers firsthand experience for clients

In celebration of S23’s arrival, itel’s Morocco team hosted a local press conference, inviting nearly a hundred guests, including important figures from ITI&IWACO, KRS store owners in Casablanca, and key media personnel. The event showcased the S23 new product launch, highlighted the technology behind the colour-changing panel, and featured an exciting lucky draw.

By combining stylish design with noteworthy features such as expanded storage, battery efficiency, and smooth operation, itel says the S23 is set to captivate the market with an affordable price. De

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Nixon Kanali

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