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TECNO Camon 12

TECNO Camon 12 goes on sale in Nigeria

Chinese smartphone maker, TECNO Mobile, has launched the Camon 12 series in Lagos, Nigeria. The series includes Camon 12, Camon 12 Air, and Camon 12 Pro. TECNO Camon 12 is available in stores for N47,500. The phone sports a 6.52″ LCD Dot Notch display, 4000mAh...

itel S15 in Nigeria

itel S15 goes on sale in Nigeria

itel Mobile has quietly pushed out the S15 in Africa’s largest mobile phone market, Nigeria. itel S15 is an entry-level Android phone and sports a 6.1″ IPS LCD display, a 16MP selfie camera, an 8MP dual camera at the back, and a 4000mAh battery. It...

xiaomi mi a3

Xiaomi Mi A3 is now available in Nigeria

Xiaomi has quietly introduced their latest android one smartphone,t he Mi A3, into Nigeria, where it is now available for sale through retail and e-commerce stores around the country. Xiaomi Mi A3 has a 6.01-inch, Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The back...

Vivo Y90 is one of the first Vivo phones in Nigeria

Vivo phones are officially in Nigeria

It happened quietly and doscretely. There has been no noise or fanfare about it, but Vivo is officially present in Nigeria and a handful of Vivo phones are now officially available in the country. A liitle bird told the Mobility Nigeria team that Vivo Nigeria...

Afrione Champion Pro

Afrione Champion Pro is now available

Afrione Champion Pro is an entry-level Android phone by Nigerian mobile brand, Afrione. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) and features a 5″ display, fingerprint scanner, dual cameras, and a large 4500mAh battery. The Champion Pro sells for ₦24,500 in stores across Nigeria. Afrione...

Airtel Nigera aplologizes for data downtime

Airtel Nigeria apologizes for data downtime

Internet subscribers on the  Airtel Nigeria network endured several hours of data downtime yesterday 11th of August 2019. They were unable to use their Airtel Internet connection between the early hours before daybreak and lasted till around noon. Once resolved, Airtel Nigeria tweeted an apology...