Latest Realme Phones In Kenya And Their Prices In 2022 in Kenya
It was in 2018 that the former vice president of Oppo created realme. The company, which specialized in the design of high-tech smartphones and accessories, has experienced meteoric growth in a few years. It owes its success to products with a very aggressive price-quality ratio on the middle and entry-level, like what Xiaomi offers
Here we present you with the best realme smartphones of the moment.
1. realme GT 5G
Failing to be a paragon of originality, the realme GT is a compelling smartphone in many aspects. We appreciate its careful construction, the processing power of its electronics as well as the quality of the Super AMOLED screen. Likewise, the 65-Watt SuperDart fast charging is one of its undoubted advantages.
To contain its price, realme had to make some savings. Without a doubt possible, they focus on the photographic aspect. Although it is not bad, the back camera disappoints a little, especially when compared to the realme 8 Pro 5 G. The images remain sound but in our opinion, they can be improved. A bit like battery Life, in the average of what the competition offers.
2. realme Narzo 50 5G
More efficient than most direct competitors, it is an enduring smartphone that does not back down from anything. Perhaps a little simplistic in photography, it still offers promising results in the middle of the day and will suit those not looking for anything extravagant.
Enough to play most of the games on the market without slowing down, the Narzo 50 5G deserves to be interested even if you are not a gamer. But unfortunately, a 5G smartphone as good at this price is still too rare.
3. realme 9 Pro+
The realme 9 Pro+ is an attractive product in many aspects. We salute the originality of the dawn blue version, which changes color in the sunlight. Other subjects of satisfaction are the quality of the screen, the correct autonomy, and the fast charging.
The software aspect is also elegant. RealmeUI 3.0 is still as simple, complete, and pleasant to use. The Mediatek Dimension 920 5G processor's computing power is sufficient for most common uses.
Photography leaves us a little hungry. If we don't have much to complain about the main module which does a good job as long as we don't exceed the 2x zoom, the same is not true with the macro and the wide-angle. Both have sensors that are poorly adapted to the mission entru,sted to them.
Another regret is the Antediluvian management of the artificial bokeh generated by the portrait mode. Good point finally for the excellent street photography 2.0 mode which provides successful spinning effects and above all simple to implement.
4. realme GT Neo 2
Similar to the GT announced last June, the GT Neo2 has a slightly larger screen, better autonomy, and a somewhat less high-end processor. It also differs from its predecessor by a more assertive — and successful - design and a pleasant one—no revolution on the photographic side. The cameras' configuration remains strictly identical.
And the price, in all this? He is undoubtedly very aggressive, at least at launch. It can be purchased for Ksh 36,000 in 8 GB RAM / 128 GB version and Ksh 50,000 in 12 GB RAM / 256 GB. This fascinating price is only temporary, the official prices of the two versions being respectively Ksh 60,00 and Ksh 70,000
In short, the GT Neo2 does not lack much compared to the high-end products it competes with: a more qualitative camera, IP certification, and induction charging. However, given his price, we gladly forgive him for these minor weaknesses.
5. realme 9
With its beautiful 90 Hz AMOLED screen, the realme 9 in 4G version has no shortage of arguments to please and, when it can, even goes further than we could have hoped.
On the autonomy side, it is simply inconceivable! On the other hand, photography lovers will appreciate its wide-angle lens, which offers very nice shots, day and night, and will forgive its dispensable secondary sensors.
If it is not a lightning bolt of war, the realme 9 proves to be enough to run most mobile games on the market, even if it is not its most striking feature.
6. realme 8
Both successful and failed, the realme 8 leaves us hungry. We will take to its credit the quality of the Super AMOLED screen, its more than sufficient autonomy as well as a welcome fast charge. We also appreciate the overall performance of Mediatek's Helios G95 SoC, which — for once — has nothing to be ashamed of in the face of mid-range competition.
It's a pity, however, that the design of the back side is so ... questionable. Significantly more annoying, the underperformance of the photographic part disqualifies the realme eight from users who are somewhat concerned about the quality of the images. Damage.
How to choose a realme smartphone?
Who is realme?
The realme brand belongs to the Chinese multinational BBK Electronics, which owns OnePlus or Oppo. Realme is also under the leadership of the Oppo brand, with which it shares many of its design and production capabilities while claiming its independence and ability to offer different products.
How does realme differ from other brands?
Realme has made itself known in France by marketing smartphones with a very aggressive price-quality ratio. A niche previously occupied by Xiaomi or OnePlus, but on which realme manages to take market share, proof of a paid strategy on the manufacturer's part.
The realme UI interface to distinguish yourself?
At a time when many smartphones share similar characteristics, the distinctive points are at the level of design (and again), but also the user interface. On this point, realme equips its smartphones with "realme UI" whose foundations are based on those of Oppo's Color OS. This does not prevent the brand from bringing its own set of features and optimizations that we let you discover in our various tests of realme smartphones.
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