realme has officially launched another phone into the Kenyan market – the realme C15. We had mentioned the upcoming launch a few days ago here you may have a look here.
The company seems to be going all out to and it is just as well that they are launching trendy, fair priced gadgets while at it. The C15 for example is an improvement from the C11 in a few areas, some of which we can look at right away, and some of which we will look at as we get to use the phone for a few weeks. We do not know the price yet either but it is below Ksh.20,000/-
Based purely on first impressions, I think the phone’s most outstanding feature is the 6000 mAh battery with quick charge. To put the battery in perspective, it can support an approximate 57 days standby time, or 46 hours continuous talk time, or 28 hours of YouTube watching. Combined with the quick charge which will give users 25% charge in just half an hour, I’m thinking this puts to rest the anxiety of a dead or dying phone. Considering that this is an entry level phone, that and other features which we’ll look at later gives users some real value for money.
realme, also recently partnered with Kenya’s largest telecommunications provider 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.
The phone starts officially selling on September 21 but for now let’s do an unboxing so you know what to expect in the box.
That’s all that is in the box. Keep it here for the full review of the phone in a few weeks. I already have a good feeling about this one, bearing in mind that it is an entry level phone.