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The Five Hot Selling Smartphones in Kenya [June 2014]

June 12, 2014
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Kenya is one of the fastest growing Smartphone markets in Africa. Smartphones have become commonplace these days with feature phones rapidly becoming out of style for many buyers.

Here are some of the hottest Smartphones that Kenyans are buying right now.

This list is based on the hot selling Smartphones list from Jumia Kenya, the largest online retailer in Kenya.

Tecno Phantom A+

The Tecno Phantom A+ is one of the finest budget Smartphones in Kenya. The Phantom A+ is a sequel to the Tecno Phantom A.

Tecno Phantom A+ Plus Price in Kenya Kenya

A super-fast Quad-Core processor plus an affordable price tag are the two elements that make the Phantom A+ a crowd favorite.

Price in Kenya: Ksh 20,999

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the Smartphones at the Apex of the Smartphone world.

Through the Note 3, Samsung was able to put performance and design in a 151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm frame.

Galaxy Note 3+Gear

Kenyan professionals adore the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 simply because it gets business done.

Price in Kenya: Ksh 51,499

Xtouch X3 Mini

The Xtouch X3 Mini is the budget variant of the Xtouch X3. With a decent MTK Dual Core Cortex-A7 1.2G CPU, the Xtouch X3 Mini is worth a second look.

Xtouch X3 Mini Specifications

Price in Kenya: Ksh 8,699

Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 just had to be on this list.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Quick Specs Tour and Best Price in Kenya

The Galaxy S5 seems to be popular in Kenya as well in other Smartphone markets.

Price in Kenya: Ksh 57,999

Sony Xperia Z1

The Sony Xperia Z1 was one of the most stunning flagship handsets of 2013. Even though, the Xperia Z2 is the new babe on the block, this seems not to have faded the luster of the Xperia Z1.

Sony Xperia Z1 Video Review and Price in Kenya

Price in Kenya: Ksh 44,999

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Kevin is a Passionate Technology Enthusiast and the Lead Writer at MobiTrends. He has been writing about Smartphones and Mobile Technology since 2012. Drop him your comments below :)

2 Comments

  1. These are a far call from reality on the ground. Jumia is a very small check point. Galaxy S4 sells better than any of these devices.

    In fact I can tell you for free that Sony has no smartphone in the top 30 best selling smartphones this quarter. In channel sales are the meat of the sales, and these are not represented here.

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    • Hi Martin,

      I agree with you. The reality on the ground could be very different different especially factoring in that the Kenyan Smartphone Market is largely offline.

      In fact, the data from my analytics stats point to completely different devices.

      However, for this case, i had to use Jumia Kenya as it is the most authoritative online reference i could find.

      I also agree with you on Sony. Sony has a weak grip on the Kenyan Smartphone market and it is very interesting to see the Z1 getting into the Jumia’s top selling list.

      Many Thanks for offering your valuable perspective on this list.

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