Top 5 smartphones for Nigerian consumers


Mobile phones have almost become somewhat of an extension of ourselves. There is a good number of devices that can offer Nigeria consumers a quality device that will have several viable features, without necessarily drilling a hole in their pockets in the process. Huawei P10 Lite Specs: Display: 5.2-inch FHD LCD screen CPU: Kirin 658, 16nm […]

42 Percent of Nigerians installed antivirus software on their mobile phones

According to our online survey on “Mobile Banking in Nigeria” conducted between October and December 2016, only 42% of Nigerians who responded to the survey has an antivirus software installed on their mobile phones. 38% said they do not. A total number of 71 online respondents participated in the survey. Other results from the survey […]

Nigerians can exchange faulty Samsung Galaxy Note 7

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In response to an earlier ultimatum given to it by the Consumer Protection Council (CPC), requiring it to give a status report on the global recall of faulty Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung Electronics West Africa Limited have announced its readiness to exchange affected phones for their Nigerian owners. The issuance of the ultimatum by […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explodes: Burns 6-Year-Old

We recently reported that there were reported incidences of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery explosion in Korea just few days after its launching. These incidences led to a global outcry from industry watchers and safety advocates for the smartphone to be recalled. Samsung only however came out to reassure consumers that they are investigating the issue […]

InnJoo plans to open manufacturing plant in Nigeria

A new mobile phone entrant into the market, InJoo is set to build a phone assembling and manufacturing factory in the country. It said this would help promote technology transfer and open a new vista of employment and other opportunities for youths, adding that with a huge population of energetic young men/women, the country remains […]

4 Key Points to Consider When Buying a Smartphone


I am not a smartphone freak but I have used a couple of smartphones in the last five years from different manufacturers. That list includes BlackBerry, Injoo, Huawei and Infinix. Most of the phones can be termed mid-range averagely-priced smartphones ranging from N80,000 and N25,000. Two main reasons have been responsible for changing of these […]

Life Saving Mobile App Launched in Nigeria

A mobile app, ‘CureChat’ that addresses health issues and saves lives, has been launched in Nigeria. CureChat is a new app, developed to reduce cases of loss of lives, believed to be caused by ignorance, through effective public health awareness. CureChat is a technology solution that is expected to bridge the gap between doctors and […]

Counterfeit phones distort quality of service – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has warned Nigerians to desist from using counterfeit phones as they distort quality of service from network providers. Speaking at the NCC Day held yesterday in Abuja at the ongoing 10th Abuja International Trade Fair, the acting Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Professor Umaru Garba Danbatta,  said the Commission […]

Lenovo cuts smartphones’ prices, unveils YOGA series laptops

  Lenovo has reduced the prices of its P70 and A5000 smartphones in Nigeria, in a drive to deliver rich mobile experiences and superior smartphone technology to more Nigerians. Through this offer, customers can now purchase the Lenovo P70 or A5000 smartphones from accredited retail outlets nationwide at a recommended retail price of N41,500 and […]

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