Exciting Smartphone Launches Coming to Kenya in April 2024

We are just ushering in the new smartphone launch season and things are looking pretty nice for the Kenyan market. We understand that dust is just settling in after Samsung showcased its flagship lineup and even wooed us with their mid-range offering. However, as the smartphone season gains momentum in Kenya, tech enthusiasts and consumers alike can look forward to a flurry of new device launches from various manufacturers that will definitely have their palette salivating. Here’s a roundup of the highly anticipated smartphones set to debut in the country this month:

Infinix Note 40 Series:


  • Infinix is gearing up to introduce its latest midrange lineup in Kenya consisting of the Note 40 series.
  • The series comprises the Note 40 Pro Plus, Note 40 Pro (4G and 5G), and the base Note 40, offering a range of options to cater to diverse user preferences.

Key Features:

  • Enhanced FastCharge Technology: Equipped with Infinix’s All-Round FastCharge powered by the Cheetah X1 chip which can support up to 100W wired MultiSpeed FastCharge and 20W wireless MagCharge.
  • Impressive Camera Setup: The lineup boasts a remarkable 108MP main camera with OIS support for the Pro and Plus models, along with 3X lossless optical zoom. Additionally, all models feature a 32MP selfie camera.
  • Stylish Design: Available in attractive color options such as Titan Gold, Obsidian Black, and Vintage Green, with a special Racing Edition planned later in collaboration with BMW’s DesignWorks partnership.
  • Pricing: While global prices range from $199 for the Note 40 to $309 for the Pro Plus 5G model, local pricing details will be revealed closer to the Kenyan launch.

Samsung Galaxy A35 and A55:


  • Samsung is set to expand its midrange lineup in Kenya with the introduction of the Galaxy A35 and A55 models.
  • These smartphones offer a balance of performance, features, and affordability, catering to a wide range of consumers.

Key Features:

  • Advanced Camera Systems: Both the A35 and A55 boast impressive camera setups which include a 50MP main camera with OIS, accompanied by an ultrawide and macro lenses for versatile photography options.
  • High-Refresh-Rate Displays: The A55 features a 6.6-inch SuperAMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support, providing smooth and vibrant visuals.
  • Durable Build: With glass front and back panels protected by Gorilla Glass Victus and IP67 dust and water resistance, the A55 offers durability and peace of mind for everyday use.
  • Pricing: Specific pricing details for the Kenyan market are yet to be disclosed, but the devices are already available for purchase in the country.

TECNO Camon 30 Series:


  • TECNO is expected to launch its Camon 30 series in Kenya which focuses on delivering impressive camera-centric features and performance.
  • The lineup includes the Camon 30 Premier, Camon 30 Pro 5G, Camon 30 5G, and the base Camon 30, catering to different user needs and preferences.

Key Features:

  • Cutting-Edge Imaging Technology: The Camon 30 series features the TECNO PolarAce Imaging System, combining Sony sensors, dedicated ISP, and AI algorithms for exceptional camera performance.
  • High-Refresh-Rate Displays: The Camon 30 Premier boasts an LTPO screen with a 144Hz refresh rate, providing smooth and responsive visuals for an immersive viewing experience.
  • Powerful Hardware: With configurations such as the Dimensity 8200 Ultra chipset and up to 12GB of RAM, the Camon 30 series offers impressive performance for multitasking and gaming.
  • Pricing: While specific pricing details for the Kenyan market are yet to be revealed, the Camon 30 series promises to offer value for money with its feature-packed offerings.

I can’t say for certain that I’m anxious on these launches, but other smartphone enthusiasts keen with mid-range offering are eagerly waiting for the arrival of these interesting new devices, the Kenyan market is poised for a flurry wave of choice, catering to diverse consumer preferences and requirements.

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