Vivo’s (styled as “vivo” – as written in the rest of the review) latest smartphone in the Kenyan market – at least as of the time of writing this – seeks to destroy the order established another one of its distant siblings, Oppo, with the Reno3 smartphone we reviewed not long ago.
Looking at the smartphone market in Kenya today, one cannot help but marvel at the wide variety that is available from about Kshs 10,000 all the way to Kshs 40,000. We are truly spoilt for choice.
The Infinix Zero 8 has a total of 6 cameras. 4 at the back and 3 on the front.
After a one-year hiatus, Infinix came back with to the smartphone market with its 2020 flagship, the Infinix Zero 8.
Just over a week ago, Tecno unveiled the Camon 16 series, the latest iteration of its camera-centred budget smartphone lineup.
We have had lots of run-ins with Tecno devices here at Android Kenya over the years. Lots of them. Many have been impressive because Tecno and its mother company, the Transsion Group, have mastered the art of balancing user needs and features, offering the best of both worlds at prices that resonate with the masses.
How do you follow up an act as good as the Oppo Reno3 has been?
Having availed numerous smartphones in the Kenyan market and beyond over the years, Oppo has taken the next step.
Fresh from wowing us with the realme 6, a mid-range smartphone that is causing ripples in the local market by offering a good balance between features and price, something the Transsion Group duo Infinix and Tecno have successfully been doing for years, realme is back with yet another banger: the realme C15.
Over the years, Infinix has made strides to segment its smartphone offerings in the market.