It’s a very great and surprising news for Nigeria to launch their first made smartphone with classic specifications and features. Yea! Technology is advancing everyday but it’s hard to see Nigerians participating in Technology world but their start up will really be a great surprise for all Nigerians and a technological breakthrough – Thanks to AfriOne.

AfriOne limited will on Friday launch the Gravity Z1 smartphones and other consumer devices for Nigeria’s 170 million strong populous. This marks the availability of the first in country produced smartphones for sale in Nigeria marketplace.

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AfriOne models products that utilise cutting-edge technology, reflect a modern, sleek design and lots more – hence, their motto is “AfriOne – one for everyone” and they offer feature-rich products and technological load of products to connect all Nigerians.

What do you have to say about the latest Made in Nigeria smartphone?

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