This article was suggested for us to feature and we made a few researches on it and decide to show our show you readers; Nigeria have brands into making good phones and tablets too.
Though some of them may not be fully Nigerian but they were made by Nigerian brands and some are not owned by Nigerian brands but they are made in Nigeria. See the brands below:
Imose Mobile is an organization focused on providing affordable but quality technological devices to Nigerians and the rest of the world. They are Made in Nigeria. Some of their products include M2 Dual Sim Phone, Ankara M2, IM-10 Desktop Phone, Ankara K1 Islamic Phone, Ankara K2, Ankara S1, X-1 Quad Core Tablet, Omotab 1.0 Educational Tablets for Kids, among others.
2] Bryte Gadgets
Bryte Tablets is a top and fast selling local made gadgets with their products ranging from Bryte Adults tablet,children’s tablet, Bryte smart watch,Bryte power bank and Bluetooth speakers. the product is being manufactured in china and assembled in hongkong as said. The bryte headquarter is basically in Lagos. They give 13months warranty.
3] RLG Communications
Rlg Tablet Product
Rlg Group of Companies Limited started in Ghana with the incorporation of ROGAMS LINK now Rlg Communications (Ghana) Limited, as the leading Ghanaian computer and handset manufacturing company. The company is the first indigenous African company to assemble laptops, desktops and mobile phones and offer ICT training in computer and phone repairs. The Accra-based company is modeled to generate mass, high-skilled employment for thousands of African youth and meet the rising demand for computers and other ICT devices. Just last year they launched their manufacturing factory in Osun state of Nigeria and ever since have been selling in the Nigeria market.
4] Pliris1- First Nigerian made android phone
Nigeria’s first Android tablet ‘INYE’ launched in 2011 year. Pliris1 by Nimbleturf is the first Android Phone made for the Nigerian market. It runs on Android 2.2[Froyo], 512MB of RAM and is equipped with a 3.2 inch touchscreen and a 3.2MP Camera. It comes with an 8GB Card, Expandable to 32GB and supports 2 SIM cards, the battery lasts for 8 hours[ships with an extra battery], dual charging Ports[Nokia and USB] and has GPS, AGPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and EDGE connections.
5] Obi World Phone
This mobile phone brand is co-owned by a Nigerian and Former Apple CEO John Sculley they launched two Android phones this year. Sculley co-founded Obi.
Cool Phones.. Isn’t it time we start buying our cheap Nigerian made phones??