Phones & Tablets
The Kenyan market is one of the most versatile when it comes to phone brands.Among the most popular ones include tecno, Huawei, Infinix, Xiaomi, Samsung,iTel, Apple, Oppo, Alcatel, Nokia, Wiko, LG, and HTC. Often, the brand of choiceis dependent on the customer’s preference as well as budget constraints. Most of these phones also work with any local service provider.
Yes. With the age of social media and instant messaging most phones have been equipped with both front and back cameras. The price of a quality camera phone ranges from Kshs 10,000 to Kshs 90,000. The higher the price often goes hand in hand with better camera quality.
Yes. The phone market in Kenya is very broad therefore it caters to all budgets. The prices range from as low as Kshs. 5,000 to Kshs 30,000. For those looking for more pricey options, the high-end ones range from Kshs. 35,000 to Kshs 120,000.
The best way to make sure you get the most of your phone is to ensure you keep it sufficiently charged. To do this, make sure you don’t let the battery run out completely before your next charge. Other options are to limit background processes, avoid storing it in high temperature places, get a screen guard, and this way your phone will operate optimally over long periods.