Xiaomi the Chinese phone company has increased its smartphone portfolio in the Kenyan market with the launch of the Xiamo Redmi Note 2 which was launched in partnership with Telkom Kenya, the exclusive retailer of the Redmi Note category in Kenya.
Targeted for the entry level smartphone the Redmi boasts a Dual Sim, 5.5-inch full HD screen, 64-bit Octa-core processor, Android OS v5.0 (lollipop) and a 13-megapixel camera, the Redmi Note 2 gives the best android phones out there a serious run for their money retailing at kshs.19, 999. The phone also boasts 16 GB storage expanding to 32GB.
Xiaomi is seeking penetrate into more African markets that have proved to be key to their global expansion after their dominance in Asia and the middle East region.
According the Mobile Economy Report 2016, the next frontier for the mobile market expansion will be increasingly focused on the developing world with more than 90% of the incremental 1 billion new mobile subscribers forecast by 2020 coming from developing markets.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 the phone is where quality and convenience meets affordability with the company aiming to infiltrate the Kenyan phone market aggressively in the coming year hoping to bring a fresh new look into the Kenyan mobile scene.