Chinese mobile devices brand realme is set to avail the realme C15 smartphone in the Kenyan market soon. How soon? Well, September 18th. It will go on sale 3 days later, on September 21st.
This comes barely weeks since the brand introduced several devices, including a smart band, into the local market. The brand has since added another device, to its rapidly expanding local lineup.
realme is already selling several smartphones locally. There is the realme 6, which we have recently reviewed, and the realme C11, one of the best value for money devices available locally and the realme C3, the device that heralded its entry to the local market.
The C series from realme is meant for its entry-level devices and the realme C15 will be joining the C3 and the C11 in offering the Kenyan smartphone buyer even more options at the entry level.
The device packs a 6.5-inch HD+ display, a Helio G35 processor, 4 cameras at the back and a massive 6,000mAh battery that realme claims gets users 28 hours of continuous YouTube viewing, 60 hours of music streaming on Spotify and a standby time of just under 2 months. A quick half-hour top up, using the including 18W charger can get one a few hours of usage since it juices it up to the 25% mark.
The device, which features a gradient design, comes in two colours: silver and blue.