Realme C3 in Kenya

After Southeast Asia and India, the Middle East and Africa may be becoming a new focus for Chinese mobile phone manufacturers overseas. Earlier, after testing the markets of Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, realme, a smartphone brand, announced its official entry into the Middle East and Africa. According to foreign media reported on August 4, the company officially launched its smartphone realme C3 in Kenya. < / P > < p > realme C3 was officially released overseas in February this year. It pre installed the realme UI based on Android 10, adopted the new generation Helio G70 processor of MediaTek, equipped with 5000mAh large battery, and had 3 / 4GB ram and 32 / 64GB storage space. In terms of appearance, realme C3 adopts a 6.5-inch water drop full screen design, with a screen proportion of 89.8% and a resolution of 720 * 1600. It also carries a 5 million front camera and a 12 megapixel + 2 million pixel lens combination. In a statement, realme said it was confident in its performance in the Kenyan market and that the move was part of realme’s global expansion strategy. The company also said its goal is to provide products that fully meet the needs of young users, bringing its best smartphone technology to Kenya and then to other parts of Africa. < / P > < p > realme C3 is priced at 14 000 shillings in Kenya and will soon be available in major retail stores and e-commerce platforms in Kenya. Continue ReadingASMC, a lithography maker, was one of TSMC’s 14 top suppliers last year