Phones have evolved immensely since the 80’s, both in design and function and several models of phones have since launched in the market in tandem with customers’ dynamic demands.
realme, currently recognised as the fastest growing smartphone brand, adopts a trendsetting design concept that it has always adhered to in a bid to bring back trendy culture in the technology space. The brand explores art and beauty, going beyond the constraints of conventional aesthetics technology to bring trendsetting aesthetic design to consumption in electronic products.
Less than a month after being launched in the Kenyan market, realme C15 is gaining momentum with its unique features and design, for an entry level smartphone, as well as its affordability with the 64GB going for Kshs 17,000 while the 128GB is going for Kshs 20,000, thus redefining the whole smartphone experience in its category.
A deep dive into realme C15’s design reveals detailed and finer particulars of a geometric design with the back cover divided into three different angles of lines by a trapezoid. This kind of design gives the phone a regular and unpredictable visual effect. It is the design of the future. Simple, but not boring, inspired by the everyday lifestyle of the young generation.
The back cover texture is achieved using the German five axis precise radium engraving machine after 300 minutes of polishing. This gives the phone a sense of class. The curves are engraved to create a special reflective light effect making realme C15 more colorful, appealing, comfortable in your hands, less susceptible to fingerprints and effectively prevents scratching and sliding.
Furthermore, to achieve real design in visual effects, realme UI is designed keeping 4 things in mind – system colors, icons, wallpapers, and animations. In terms of colors, realme UI uses high-saturation and high-brightness colors to construct an authentic color scheme, bringing a sense of vitality and freshness.
realme UI uses the core elements found in commonly seen everyday items. For example, the “Settings” icon, derived from gear parts, is restructured through an infinite collection of circles that derive from a primary circle with the golden ratio. It is a geometric proportion that adds on to the aesthetics. This design style brings a minimalist and dynamic icon design, which is more vivid and orderly.
To match the vibrant app icons, realme UI also brings in 11 new wallpapers inspired by natural elements which are indeed a perfect match for its color scheme.
In terms of system animation, realme UI is equipped with the latest quantum animation engine, which improves the screen fluency. Meanwhile, more optimization has been made in the details of the animation, making it super cool and enjoyable.
Available in both marine blue and seagull silver, the realme C15 comes with a mini-drop screen that adopts newly-upgraded stack process, which, on the basis of guaranteeing functions, creatively draws the parts and components closer to each other so that the area of droplets is reduced allowing you to have less visual disturbance while enjoying the comforts brought by 6.5-inch large full screen.
And of course, on top those amazing designs, comes the massive 6000mAh battery that is the first of its kind that charges fast and lasts longer. What is more, the phone is below 20,000 shillings in costs.
With realme keen on real design, it is no wonder the smartphone brand has bagged top international design awards, including smartphone products the realme X Master Edition, the realme X2 Pro Master Edition, the realme X50 5G Master Edition, the realme X50 Pro 5G and its first TWS earphone, the realme Buds Q.
Among them, the realme X Master Edition bagged the German Design Award and the Award for Good Design Australia. The realme X2 Pro Master Edition won the Red Dot Design Award, the Good Design Award 2020 and the realme X50 5G Master Edition clinched the Good Design Award from Australia. The first 5G flagship, the realme X50 Pro 5G has also been acknowledged by the Good Design Award 2020 and the Golden Pin Design Award.
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