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Realme has unveiled Realme C11 with a 6.5inch and dual rear camera setup for Ksh.9,999

Realme has officially announced availability of its range of products in Kenya in an online launch event that was streamed live on YouTube. During the event, other products were also introduced that include Realme band and the C6. The Realme C11 falls within the mid-range segment with some interesting specs that many Kenyans should find adequate for the price.

During the event, the company described the new mid-range phone as the king of the segment. The company further said the device will effectively set standards for other brands with its affordable price tag and features the company believes will be loved by many Kenyans.

Describing the handsets design as Geometric, the company said the phone will be available in two flavors and had gained popularity within its staff during an informal poll that resulted in many staffers saying it has the best design in any entry level smartphone at the moment.

The phone will be available in two colors; mint green and pepper gray the company says was inspired by the intensity that pepper and mint brought to our food. The design was as a result of special engraving the company says was achieved by a German engraving machine that polishes each phone for three hundred minutes to create a distinctive reflecting effect. This makes it immune to fingerprints and scratches.

Realme C11 specifications

The camera module at the rear comes in a square design and features dual camera setup – 13MP wide angle camera, 2MP depth camera. It also packs a 5000mAh battery that supports reverse charging so you can fill-up any accessories in case they’re out of power. It comes with 32GB internal storage and 2GB RAM. There’s a 5MP front selfie camera and the device has a 6.5 inches panel at 720 x 1560 pixels.

You’ll also get a triple card slot that accommodates dual SIM slot and SD card slot that can take MicroSD Cards of up to 256GB storage.

Price in Kenya: 9,999

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