you like it or not, Indian smartphones are trending in Nigeria; China
smartphones are tending in Nigeria; US smartphones are equally Trending in
Nigeria. Even the so called Kenya smartphone Snokor rocket is equally trending in
Nigeria. Why is Nigeria smartphone not trending in Nigeria? Why are you not
patronizing Nigeria made smartphone?
SoloPhone is a made in Nigeria smartphone and has been around for a while, with a commercial
launch in November 2013. Three smartphones are offered for $80
and $150, which puts them on the average of entry-level smartphones.
The team behind it includes former executives from the telecom industry
such as HTC or Ericsson, so it’s more than just a startup with a cool idea.
you don’t know, All SOLO Smartphones are Google (GMS) certified dual-SIM
Android smartphones with free music up to 20 million songs. Packaged with
competitive data bundles from mobile operator partners
S400 is a fantastic entry-level device. The dual-core, 4-inch screen phone is
loaded with 4GB of internal storage (enough to hold 1,000 songs), a speedy 512
MB of RAM and a memory card slot expandable up to 32GB.
S410 is a quad-core, 4-inch smartphone that comes in two colours – an
attractive white and silver, and a sleek black and rose-gold. With its 5
megapixel rear camera and great front facing camera, the phone comes with 4GB
of internal storage (with a memory card slot expandable up to 32GB) and sports
a 1.2GHz Qualcomm chip, giving you even faster performance on-the-go.
SOLO S500 is loaded with 8GB internal memory and 1GB Ram, 8MP rear camera and
2MP front camera with 1800mAh battery capacity.
are you not patronizing made in Nigeria Smartphone?