Thursday 27 December 2012

Africa gets 'homegrown' smartphone

A smartphone and tablet designed by Congolese entrepreneur Verone Mankou, are manufactured in China. The company devices run Google's Android software and will retail at $170 (£105) for the smartphone and $300 (£185) for the tablet. as an african he knows what an african need  and wish his company could be like Apple and Samsung huge in US and Asia respectively. The tablet offers wi-fi connectivity and four gigabytes of internal storage and the smartphone has rear and forward facing cameras and a 8.9cm screen. Some companies were accused of dishonesty as the company was criticised that the devices are already marketing product but name locally but their devices are no matching to other countries under different branding.

i think it is good that the african get to have smartphones, but those who persist that their devices are marketing product are just unresonable as they have proved that it is not a marketing product.

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