Two new smartphone models set to join the realme range in Kenya

Smartphone brand realme, the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand, is set to launch two new phone models, the realme 9 4G and the realme C35, in Kenya as it targets discerning young customers.

The model,s to be unveiled in early July, feature trendy designs and come with high camera performance, as part of realme’s continuous investment in research and technology to meet the dynamic needs of a growing youthful population in the market.

The realme 9 4G features the world’s first ripple holographic design solution, a breakthrough in design technology that is expected to make waves in the industry. As the hero product line of realme, the number series has already won over young consumers in other global markets through its outstanding camera performance and design.

The number series has benefited from various trendy design innovations, from realme 8 Pro’s fluorescent design to 9 Pro’s Light Shift design.

The realme C35 will be the most stylish brand, and comes with a new right-angle bezel as thin as 8.1mm, combining a visual experience with a comfortable feel. It will be the slimmest phone in segment, and will feature a dynamic glowing design that will make it look futuristic and trendy to show reflect personality.

“As always, realme continues to embrace the DARE TO LEAP brand concept of bringing unprecedented smartphones to young people in Kenya and around the world,” said Mildred Agoya, the brand’s PR and Marketing Manager.

realme is a global emerging consumer technology company disrupting the smartphone and AIoT market by making cutting-edge technologies more accessible. It provides a range of smartphones and lifestyle technology devices with premium specs, quality, and trend-setting designs to young consumers at affordable prices. Established by Sky Li in 2018 and driven by its “Dare to Leap” spirit, realme is the world’s 6th largest smartphone company and has become one of the top 5 smartphone players in 21 markets globally in just two years. As of the second quarter of 2021, realme had entered 61 markets worldwide, including China and Southeast Asia, South Asia, Europe, Russia, Australia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa, and has a global user base of over 100 million.


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