itel S18 : 4G Budget Smartphone Now in Kenyan Market

itel S18 is its latest 4G flagship device, and it succeeds the itel S17, which launched in 2021.

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Ray Fang, Country Manager Transsion Kenya and Kennedy Ombima, better known by his stage names King Kaka during the launch of the itel S18 smartphone at Serena Hotel, Nairobi.

Ray Fang, Country Manager Transsion Kenya and Kennedy Ombima, better known by his stage names King Kaka during the launch of the itel S18 smartphone at Serena Hotel, Nairobi.

Itel Kenya has introduced its flagship device, the itel S18, in Kenya as they expand its product offering in the market.

itel S18 is its latest 4G flagship device, and it succeeds the itel S17, which launched in 2021.

“S18 is the beginning of itel’s brand new 4G experience, which means that itel will keep providing better innovation and service supported by the Android 12 (Go edition).”

“We are glad about the prospects, opportunities and user experience the smartphone will create in their daily interaction,” said Ray Fang, the marketing manager.

“S18 was designed to help users create unique and fancy videos more easily. With the selfie and vlog trend on the rise, itel has in-depth research on short video shooting functions to encourage everyone to become a lifestyle vlogger without downloading other video clip apps.”

Awards and recognition

In 2022 itel received several global recognitions from industrial media and organizations.

First, it was among this year’s Top 100 Most Admired Brands in Africa, which was announced by African Business magazine.

In addition, itel was recognized by the Titans of Tech Awards as 2022 Best Tech Company of the Decade for our continuous contribution over the decades in bringing tech innovation and products to the African market.

As a warmhearted brand advocating love and corporate social responsibility, itel gained the Most Committed Brand to Humanitarian Service Award by African Brand Congress 2022.

iTel is owned by Transsion, the company that makes TECNO, Infinix, Syinix TVs, and Oraimo accessories.


 

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