Over the last six months, Nigerians have contributed to driving the growth of the local and global phone manufacturing industry with huge spending on smartphones and other mobile devices.
Various brands of mobile phones were released by local and foreign manufacturers in the first half of the year and Nigeria’s teeming family of mobile phone users ranked among top phone buyers in the world.
Technology Times writers, Kolade Akinola and Kayode Oladeinde dig through phone retailers, user communities and several other channels to present the top market makers among Nigerian phone buyers in the first part of 2014:
Tecno Phantom A3
The Tecno Phantom A3, a popular smartphone from the Asian device maker that has successfully connected with phone buyers in Nigeria, features the fastest-ever processor of the company’s device range.
[blockquote right=”pull-right”]The Tecno Phantom A3 is also rigidly-built and comes out of the box with some extras including an earpiece, USB cable, USB charger, flip case and a power bank, the king of accessories that you pay extra for from rival phone makers. [/blockquote]
Phantom A3 ranks among the top-selling smartphones in Nigeria because of its simplicity, style coupled with its relatively affordable price point.
Phantom A3 is equipped with Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), 1.0 RAM and 4GB of internal memory and Micro SD card support. It comes with a 2,440 mAh removable battery and 8.0mp camera. Phantom A3 also has an ultra-large screen complemented by a slim body built that is both concise and elegant.
The Tecno Phantom A3 is also rigidly-built and comes out of the box with some extras including an earpiece, USB cable, USB charger, flip case and a power bank, the king of accessories that you pay extra for from rival phone makers.
With all its interesting features, the Tecno Phantom A3 comes priced at N49,999, which is a smartphone deal when compared with other brands with same quality and features that sell at steeper price points.