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InnJoo Officially Launch Flagship Phone, InnJoo 2

InnJoo, a Dubai-based mobile phone manufacturer has officially launched its second flagship smartphone, the InnJoo 2 at a press conference on November 20, 2015 at Protea Hotel in Ikeja, Lagos. The InnJoo 2 is packed with a lot of features that will wow Nigerian customers, chief of which is the dual 13-megapixel camera that it

LG is cancelling the Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE

LG Electronics have pulled the plug on its latest smartwatch, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd edition LTE. This was made known by an LG representative in a statement to Android Police. Hardware issues made for the cancellation of smartwatch, according to the LG rep. “We understand that you are currently reviewing our latest smartwatch; however,

Sony confirms PS2 emulation is coming to the PS4

While it’s believed that this feature has to some extent been available on the new generation console, and even some game freaks may have for some time taken advantage of, Sony hasn’t really made it widely known to everyone. Few days ago the company told Wired that it’s working on utilizing PS2 emulation technology to

Samsung introduces the BRITECELL, a new camera proficient in low light states

Samsung at the investor conference in Korea revealed the BRITECELL, its new camera that assays to produce far lively and sharper photos in low light states/conditions. According to Samsung, BRITECELL is exceptionally good at darker conditions and it is able to successfully attain such photos by getting rid of the habitual digital imaging filter layouts

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InnJoo Set To Launch Flagship Phone, InnJoo 2 in Nigeria

InnJoo, a Dubai-based mobile phone manufacturer has announced it will be launching a flagship phone, InnJoo 2 into the Nigerian market. The InnJoo 2 might spot a 13MP+13MP dual camera, 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM – expandable to 64GB, 5.0 inch HD display and 3,200mAh battery. Also, the flagship device might come with the 5.1

Walmart is selling two Android smartphones for $10 each

Walmart is here with yet another price-slashing deal. The company has announced it’ll be selling two $10-priced Android smartphones. You should already know what to expect — what you paid for — entry to mid-range handsets with some pricey specs. Both running Android 4.4 KitKat, Walmart will be offering the TracFone LG Sunrise L15G and

South Africa’s Nomanini launches eLula, to drive efficiency for enterprise prepaid distributors

Nomanini, a South African-based enterprise payments platform provider has announced the launch of eLula, its second generation product designed for informal markets. The eLula provides enterprise prepaid distributors with more sophisticated business insights via an enhanced cloud platform, and merchants with the means to sell different types of services electronically. The new eLula platform comes

Apple Music arrives for Android

Just as promised earlier this year in June of Apple Music coming to Android devices and the Apple TV, Apple is keeping to its promise and is releasing a Beta version of the music streaming service for Android devices — already available for download from the Play Store. Pretty much identical in form, the app


MIA Group Partners Jumia To Launch Xiaomi Smartphones In Nigeria

MIA Group, the distribution group for Xiaomi in Africa, has announced that it is launching two of Xiaomi’s iconic smartphones in Nigeria in partnership with Africa’s leading online shopping platform, Jumia. The smartphones – Redmi 2 and Mi 4, will be introduced to Nigerian consumers through a dedicated shop on Jumia in the second week

Apple’s iPad Pro to start selling tomorrow

Back in September Cupertino’s annual event in San Francisco saw the unveiling of a new generation tablet-PC dubbed the iPad Pro, and since then rumours have been suggesting the device would be available for sale in November. Yesterday, Apple officially announced when the iPad Pro would start selling, confirming the rumours. So come November 11

Android 6.0 Marshmallow to arrive BlackBerry’s Priv smartphone next year

As you should already know, BlackBerry’s Priv Android phone (the company’s first) is coming — it’s already available for preorders in some countries. The handset featuring a 5.4-inch dual-curved display screen with an 18MP rear camera, a sliding physical keyboard and a 3410 mAh battery, comes running Android 5.1.1. Now that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is

Microsoft updates Windows Lifecycle facts sheet, extends Windows 7 Professional sales to October 2016

Microsoft has an “End of sales” fashion to still sell previous OS versions to retailers just two years after a newer one is released. When Windows 8 arrived, it didn’t quite catch on well — not grabbing that customer fervour as Windows 7, so that fashion could be changing as Redmond is giving retailers some

Preorders for the BlackBerry Priv handset begin in Hong Kong

Back in October, Canadian tech firm BlackBerry opened preorders for its upcoming Android smartphone BlackBerry Priv to only customers in Canada, United States, Germany, Netherlands and the UK through select mobile carriers and partners. Today the company is announcing that it’s now making preorders for the device available to fans in Hong Kong. So starting


Xiaomi set to sell its smartphones in Africa

Xiaomi, the world’s fifth largest smartphone maker is gearing up to start offering smartphones to consumers in Africa as it searches for growth and novel ways to make its devices available in newer markets. To that effect the Chinese company will be partnering with Mobile In Africa Group (MIA) for marketing, logistics and customer support

Samsung’s Band and Stripe battery prototypes make for the creation of new non-habitual wearables

Samsung is prepping for what could be of the essence in the nearest future as wearable gadgets become ubiquitous. At the InterBattery 2015 event in Seoul, the company introduced two new battery prototypes: the Stripe and Band. The Stripe extremely slim in design of 0.3mm depth with reduced battery sealing width for higher energy density