Get this. realme is not here to play. In a very short time, the smartphone manufacturer has introduced three handsets into the market, plus the realme band, plus the wireless realme buds Air Neo. And they are not yet done. On 18th September we’re looking forward to the launch of another handset, the realme c15.
If the Kenyan market is anything to go by, it is not difficult to see why the company is the world’s fastest growing smartphone brand. Not forgetting that it has quite a portfolio ranging from entry level to flagship to premium. All have been accepted into the Kenyan market quite well.
The phones are characterized by a trendy appearance and massive batteries. The realme C15 for example has a massive 6000mAh which is a first in Kenya. For perspective, this is enough to supports 46 hours of continuous calls or 28 hours of YouTube watching, with an average standby time of up to 57 days. Pair that with quick charge where it can charge upto 25% in just 30 minutes and users are almost fully assured to never run out of charge. 25% is enough to give users a few extra hours of use.
For an entry level phone, the reame c15 certainly punches above its weight with some impressive features. We are looking at a double Nano SIM card phone with a separate slot for MicroSD for example. Memory is expandable to 256GB and this is quite ample to store photos, videos, games and files.
For security, the entry level smartphone whose official sale day is set for 21st September has a fingerprint scanner at the back. As far as looks go, it has attractive colours a Geometric Gradient Design.
realme is committed to become 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.
We have done a number of articles on the other phones, do have a look.