Xiaomi has revealed that it will be bringing its cheapest device series to Kenya, this time around in the name of the Redmi A1+.
If you know the company’s naming scheme, then you should be aware that the A series is its most affordable offering. The phones have been very popular in the past, and have won the heart of many users thanks to their great features at a great price, usually at around KES 10K or thereabouts.
Here are some of its specifications:
|Screen||6.5” 720 by 1600 pixels|
|Software||Android 12 and MIUI 12|
|Chip||MTK Helio A22|
|Memory||2/32 GB, 3/32 GB|
|Camera||Main: 8MP and 0.3 MP|
|Fingerprint reader||At the back|
|Battery||5000 mAh, no fast charging|
|Colours||Light Green, Light Blue, Black|
As stated, details about pricing have not been revealed. However, we expect the phone to cost around KES 12,000.
Xiaomi has been doing well in the Kenyan market. Besides its phones, which also include the flagship 12 line, Xiaomi sells a bunch of other devices for home entertainment and more. Its experience shops are the best places to check out what the company sells to Kenyans, and how much it is willing to go to appeal to local consumers based on its sheer product portfolio.
The announcement of the Redmi A1+ will be done on October 7, so stay tuned for more details on that day.