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May 2017: Awesome Smartphones under Ksh. 10,000

May 1, 2017
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Hey there!

If you have landed on this list, it probably means that you are shopping around for a smartphone.

Here is where we come in! Mobitrends.co.ke maintains a well curated list of the latest budget smartphones that have launched in Kenya.

P.S: We have included links to where you can purchase the smartphones online.

Here we go.

Check out these five awesome budget smartphones

1. TECNO W1

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The TECNO W1 is the most affordable recently launched Android smartphone.  You can read all about the smartphone here: TECNO W1 Review

2. Infinix Hot 4

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The Infinix Hot 4 is probably the best Android smartphone under Ksh. 10,000. Why is it awesome? For starters, it’s the only smartphone priced under Ksh. 10,000 that packs a fingerprint scanner. Read all about the Infinix Hot 4 here.

3. Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini (2016)

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Are you balling on a budget but still want a product from one of the most valuable Smartphone brand on the planet? The Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini is what you need. Read all about the Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini.

4. Fero Royale X1

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The Royale X1 is a budget Android smartphone that launched in September 2016. The highlights of the smartphone include 3GB RAM and a large 4000 mAh battery.

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5. Wiko Lenny 3

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The Wiko Lenny 3 is a budget Android smartphone that launched in October 2016. The highlights of the smartphone include a 5-inch 720p display and a 1.3GHz Quad Core chipset.

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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 :)

  • Peter Njoroge

    Hi Kelvin, I lost a HTC One X9 phone and would love to get a phone not necessary of the same specs and features as the HTC, but one that can perform better or same in speed and internet connectivity and battery life also. Please advice, I was eyeing the TECHNO L9 PLUS is it a better option or whats your opinion?. Thanks in advance

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    • Hey Peter, Yeah, the L9 Plus is an awesome choice. However, i think the Infinix S2 Pro is a perfect choice in terms of matching the specs of the One X9 i.e Octa core/ 3GB RAM/ 32 GB internal memory. Check it out: http://mobitrends.co.ke/infinix-s2-pro-price-in-kenya/.html

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      • Peter Njoroge

        Thanks Man, for you insight but I am not looking for a phone with big internal storage of 32GB as was the case with HTC One X9, I am comfortable with 16GB.
        My priority is fastness in performance and good Internet connection.
        1.) Do I really need 4G for a phone to be fast in Internet connectivity?.
        2.) 2G and 3G RAM how slow is 2G compared to 3G?.
        3.) Help me understand the different in CPU and the Operating Systems, I am asking because I experienced a lot of heating with the HTC dueling heavy usage.

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        • Oh okay. Then the TECNO L9 Plus is okay.

          1. You don’t need for fast internet connectivity. 3G internet can provide fast internet but if you want excellent internet, you will need 4G. Also, you will find 3G in almost every part of Kenya, but 4G is limited to some towns. So, there will be little need to have a 4G phone if your locality lacks 4G connectivity.

          2. There is a difference between 3GB and 2GB RAM. RAM is mostly used for multitasking between apps. So the more the RAM, the easier it is to multi task between open apps.

          3. About the CPU, here is an indepth article we did: http://mobitrends.co.ke/smartphone-processors-everything-you-need-to-know/.html , About Operating System, here is the related article: http://mobitrends.co.ke/smartphone-operating-systems/.html

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          • Peter Njoroge

            OK.
            Thanks Bro. you have been most helpful. Tecno L9+ will do for me, God bless.

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