Oppo subsidiary Realme Kenya has promised to continue releasing more devices in the Kenyan market in order to sustain demand in 2021.
The smartphone manufacturer which officially entered the country in August last year says the move will help strengthen its roots in Kenya’s smartphone market share.
In 2020, the smartphone announced a grand entrance into the Kenyan market by introducing record-breaking new devices in a span of four months. These were the Realme C3, Realme C11, Realme C15, Realme C12, Realme 6, and Realme 7i, Realme band Realme Buds Q, and Realme Buds Air Neo.
The success witnessed by Realme was mainly because the majority of their smartphones were entry-level phones. This means the devices were cheap despite having fairly high-end features, this appealed to the majority of Kenyans who are enjoying a great midrange smartphone selection at the moment.
”As Kenyans increasingly become gamers by use of their phones, the integration of an Helio feature, giving the Realme phones high performance as one plays couldn’t come at a better time,” the firm said in a statement.