The Nigeria state is passing through a period when she needs the highest numbers of investments she could get in every sector possible. The technology sector too is one that is still growing and definitely needs some cash to be poured in it. Fero Mobile has taken a step towards this.
Fero Mobile is the newest entrant in the Nigerian mobile phone industry and they have started on a high as they announced the launch of two smart phones – the Iris smart phone and the Royal A1 smart phone.
At the launch of these smartphones, Mr. Kunal Bhardwaj, Business Head, Nigeria and Emerging Markets at Fero Mobile, had this to say;
“Launching in Nigeria is something we’ve that has been in the works in the last few years. A lot of research have gone into understanding the market and designing products that meet the needs of the people. Nigerians are a tech-savvy people who appreciate the opportunities technology offers. At Fero, we are providing the devices that will help Nigeria explore their world.”
“Our devices are packed with cool features that will help users express their personality and style and these come at very affordable price points. We essentially pack more into our devices than competitors at every price point.” He added.
Now let’s take a look at these devices…
THE IRIS SMARTPHONE
The IRIS is a 4G LTE enabled device equipped with a high resolution 5.0 inch, 1280 x 720 HD IPS+ display, which provides the user with an impressive visual performance and powered by superior imaging technology providing improved clarity, lighter and beautiful vivid colors. The phone comes with 2500 mAh Battery, Quad core processor and an incredible 8MP back camera.
THE ROYALE A1 SMARTPHONE
This one is a sleek smart phone that is unlocked your phone with voice command. Its classy design will definitely make it a hit with Nigerians. It comes with a 5,000 mAh MEGA Battery plus superfast charging capability that will keep users entertained for long hours.
Royale A1 also comes with 8 Megapixel back camera, 5 Mega pixel front camera with Flash, Xensation glass with enhanced display protection, Quad-core processor, 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal Memory.
If the truth were to be told, I’d say they have come into the market and taken a cue from what smartphone users actually want. 4G LTE and a good battery. I really do expect a wide acceptability in the Nigerian market.