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Thousands treated to song and dance at Eldoret Polytechnic by itel

On Friday, June 23, all roads led to Eldoret National Polytechnic as tech giant itel took their latest P40 on the road.

The gadget which was recently launched in the country has become a big hit with the youth as its pattern is inspired by racing tracks, the trending stripe design brings a sense of speed and energy.

Dubbed Campus Festival, the event saw thousands of university students and fans of the brand flock to the school’s grounds which was attended by industry insiders, and media representatives.

The event kicked off with performances from the students who were participating in the cultural week followed by modeling and student dance crew with winners being awarded gifts courtesy of itel.

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The highlight of the night was the electrifying performance from Mejja and Mbuzi Gang.

Adding to the excitement was the highly anticipated introduction of itel’s latest masterpiece, the itel P40 smartphone. The event left Eldoret’s residents buzzing with anticipation and experiencing the future of mobile technology.

Eldoret Polytechnic was transformed into a lively carnival-like atmosphere, as itel pulled out all the stops to showcase the capabilities of its new flagship device.

Spectators were treated to an array of dazzling performances, including music, dance, and acrobatics, as talented local artists took to the stage. The air was electric with energy and anticipation, setting the stage for an unforgettable evening.

“It was super tremendous and the performances too were lit,” Mary student from the Eldoret National Polytechnic.

Amid this spectacle, itel representatives took the stage to introduce the much-anticipated star of the evening, the itel P40 smartphone.

Designed to revolutionize the mobile experience, the itel P40 boasts cutting-edge features and innovative technology, promising to redefine the way people interact with their phones.

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Awe-inspiring demonstrations showcased the device’s advanced camera capabilities, powerful performance, and immersive display, leaving the crowd in awe.

The phone is powered by the modest Unisoc SC9863A chipset. It has an eight Cortex-A55 CPU cores running at 1.6GHz, while the GPU is PowerVR GE8322, clocked at 550MHz.

P40, regarding as itel’s P series flagship model, presents strong energy with its 6000mAh mega battery and upgraded storage and HD+ display. Offering better value-for-money proposition, it features powerful performance in a affordable price to satisfy young users’ entertainment experience in emerging markets.

P40 goes for three colours: Force Black, Dreamy Blue and Luxurious Gold.

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