Realme 6 launched: Specs, Price, and Where to Buy From

Realme is pushing its presence in the African market an inch longer with the launch of several midrange releases to couple the competition square. Now the Realme 6 doubles as the newest release so far available in the Kenyan Market with a budget-friendly scent.

Although the Phone has been available in other markets, its launch in Kenya tags along a trio of other devices including: realme C3, realmeC11, and the realme Smartband.

Sporting a 6.5Inch Screen with a punch-hole display notch, Realme 6 brings to play a full midrange texture with 4 – 6 GB RAM running on a Mediatek MT6785 Helio G90T Processor seen on Smartphones like the Infinix Note 7.

By Storage, 64GB Internal memory supports the device’s Android 10 operating system with a custom Realme UI. Also, a quad rear camera setup promises the best of mobile photography similar to midrange releases like TECNO’s Camon 15, spiking an attractive Specs Sheet.

Realme 6 Specifications

Operating SystemAndroid 10 with Realme UI
Display6.50-inch (1080×2400 pixels) w/ Punch hole notch
ProcessorOcta-core MediaTek Helio G90T  2.0GHz
Front Camera16MP
Rear Camera64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP
Battery4300mAh, Li-Po, USB Type C
Available Colors Comet Blue, Comet White  
Realme 6 Specs

Realme 6 Price and Where to Buy

Apparently, Realme 6 costs KES 29,999 in Kenya, In Uganda the Smartphone is expected to cost UGX 1,000,000 once available. For now, the Smartphone is available in Kenya, and can be purchased from several online stores due to the current COVID19 Pandemic to respect social distancing.

Among the popular eCommerce stores where you can buy yourself a genuine copy of the Realme 6 include Kilimall, Jumia, Price in Kenya, among others.

Generally speaking, the Realme 6 is a great release by Specifications. But, we can’t confirm how best it performs unless we ride on a review unit.

However, by the look of things, Realme is now taking on the African market seriously than ever before, and we can’t wait to see how it fairs against the trio of Tecno, Infinix, and Itel that so far rule the Sub-Saharan Africa Market.

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