realme feted in global design awards as products enjoy sustained uptake
Smartphone manufacturer continues to be a frontrunner in design of its products.
The investment that has gone into producing world class products has paid off with five of the brand’s products having been feted with global accolades chiefly for their novel designs.
The realme X Master edition has received the German Design Award and the Award for Good Design Australia while the realmeX20 Pro Master Edition bagged the Red Dot Design Award and the Good Design Award 2020. realme X50 5G Master Edition received the Good Design Award from Australia. The 5G frontrunner realme X50 Pro 5G received acknowledgement from Good Design Award 2020 and the Golden Pin Design Award. The iconic TWS earphone, realme Buds Q, also received recognition in the international awards.
The awards and global recognition comes as a series of products the phone maker has launched in the Kenyan market continue to enjoy sustained uptake buoyed by a blend of features, functionalities, striking designs and affordability that have made them a hit among young, urbane customers.
Barely a month after launching in Kenya, realme C15 continues to take the market by storm as a unique entry level smartphone that has challenged traditional smartphone aesthetics to open a world of opportunities for users at an affordable price. A 64GB smartphone for example costs Sh16,999 with the 128GB going for Sh19,999.
This, while promising a host of features among them a 6000mAh battery that features 18W quick charge ensuring that the phone charges faster within the shortest time possible cutting on time lost when charging an average phone. It can charge up to 25 percent which is about 1500mAh battery in 30 minutes, maintaining several hours running of the phone.
It is also equipped with the fast and trendsetting realme UI, which is specially designed for them. It also has a 13MP quad-camera that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to bring out every minor detail object and event among other features.