Since news broke of the official announcement of the Samsung galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 plus, Smartphone users in Nigeria have been looking for a way to preorder the device, especially given that the preorder feature has been active in other countries since the launch date. Well, there is now some good news for Samsung enthusiasts as Samsung Electronics West Africa has now started pre-registration for the S8 and the S8 plus in Nigeria starting from April 10th. As for the official date of actual availability, the Galaxy s8 and the Galaxy S8 plus availability date in Nigeria has been slated for the 5th of May, 2017. Samsung has also promised that users who pre-register and go [...]
So if you were on Twitter yesterday, you might have noticed that a number of Indians were venting against multimedia mobile application Snapchat. Well, if you are not in the know, Indians started deleting the app and also left 1-star ratings for the app on Google Play after it broke out on the news that Snapchat CEO had at a time said that the app was meant for the rich and not for poor countries like India and Spain.This has led to a miasma between Indians and Snapchat The statement credited to a former employee of Snap Incorporated sparked rage among a lot of Indians as they took to social media to register their [...]
Infinix Nigeria will be introducing a new device to the Nigerian market towards the end of this month. The Device is going to be from Infinix Hot S series which is largely known as the company’s lifestyle series. And according to sources, the phone will carry the name Infinix Hot S Pro. Infinix says that the phone like its predecessor will be “very fashionable” with its numerous, attractive colours offerings. Remember that the Infinix Hot S was launched as the lifestyle series of the company in 2016 and the series is targetted at the young and trendy in the society.Rumored Specifications of the Hot S Pro
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G [...]
No, the phone does not pack in out-of-the-world specifications, and the phone can not take still images of flying aliens in the air. As a matter of fact, the phone has a meagre 4MP sensor front camera and a not-too-fantastic 12MP back shooter but the Vertu Constellation still costs $6000 which would amount to about 1833600 when converted to Nigerian Naira, and 25470 Cedis or 620100 Kenyan Shillings when converted to Ghanaian and Kenyan currency respectively.
Okay, the Vertu Constellation utilises a 140-carat sapphire which must have cost the manufacturers a fortune, but the question is, is that what smartphones have now been reduced to? All blings, no functionality [...]