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Realme C3 premiers the company’s entry in Kenyan smartphone market at an affordable price

Looking Samsung unveil its latest and greatest devices was all thrilling and somehow fulfilling for the company’s core fans, but something remained unchanged – you’ll still have to part with a hundred thousand plus shillings to own one of its top-of-the line devices. But that doesn’t mean we can’t get something within reach from the competition, Realme for example just announced its official entry into the Kenyan market with a peace offering – Realme C3. The C3 is a few months old and we probably will be seeing more recent devices from the company in a few weeks.

Back to Samsung’s flashy reveal of its latest flagship devices, two items that stood out in terms of prices were its bean-shaped wireless earbuds and the Galaxy Watch 3 that we might try out someday in a few months. Realme is among a few smartphone companies that are owned by BBK Electronics including OPPO, VIVO and the elusive Oneplus that hasn’t seen the need to try out the African market yet. The entry of Relme C3 won’t probably turn heads from potential customers, but it’ll surely offer some compelling reasons against the competition in this specific niche.

Let’s look at what the C3 is offering;

We don’t expect anything spectacular from the C3, after all, we’ve had worthy competitors all along within that price range and it might just trickle down to preference and marketing prowess to push this handset. whether it’s just testing waters or have some major plans for Kenya, there are a couple of notable strengths to still go for the Realme C3. For Ksh. 14,000, you’ll be getting AI Triple Rear Camera, a Massive 5000mAh Battery that’s touted to last Up to 30 days in standby mode, 6.5″ Mini-drop Fullscreen that covers 89.9 percent of the front-side and a 3-card slot for Dual-Sim and MicroSD.

For your beloved selfies, there’s a 5MP front camera, you’ll also work with Realme UI and have an option to choose between two colors; Blazing Red and Frozen Blue.

Spec’s for the Middle-East and African model

  • Screen: 6.5 inch mini-drop Fullscreen 1600*720 pixels
  • Rear Camera: 12MP AI Triple camera, 2MP portrait camera and 2MP macro camera
  • Selfie Camera: 5MP
  • Processor: Helio G70
  • RAM: 2GB/3GB/4GB
  • Internal: 32GB or 64GB
  • Battery: 5000 mAh with reverse charging

Realme C3 Price in Kenya: Ksh. 14,000

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