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The Nigerian mobile landscape has been dominated for the past decade until recently by Nokia, but with the death of symbian via the burning platform announcement, the integration of social networks into phones and the ascendence of Android Samsung has virtually taken over the Nigerian market.
The new phenomenon is been fuelled by the introduction of some ultra cheap android phones by tecno. The phone making waves now is their flagship the Tecno Phantom A+, the is a phone built on the mediatek quad core engine which comes with a 1.2 ghz quad core engine and a powervrx graphics processing unit, 1.gb of RAM and ability to use external memory of up to 32gb. It also comes with 3.75G/3G/2.5G antenna. 5 inch nHD screen at 720p and 2,100 maH batteries. It comes at a price of #35,000 about $118. Similar solutions from other manufacturers come at a price of about…
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