Asian device maker Opsson has announced its Nigerian market entry to tap stakes in the booming market for mobile phones and devices.
The technology company hopes to established its presence in Nigeria with products which it said come in different range of affordable and user-friendly smartphones and other devices.
[sh_poll poll_id=”4283447″ template_id=”1″]Despite the tough competition in the smartphone segment, Opsson said, its own product will make a positive difference in the market.
According to Opsson, its new entrant smartphones are set to parade the finest models for the Nigerian market because they are powered by dual core and rapid quad-core processors with smart OS Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).
The smartphones will be ranging between 512MB RAM to 1GB RAM for processing various games and applications that drive the instincts of the user to the next level in browsing and other multi-task usage of the smart phone, according to Opsson.
Alfred Okuyedi, Country Manager OPSSON, said “these NCC approved data-enabled smartphone range are presented in good display and offers 3G Internet and Wi-Fi Hot spot support that enables fast internet access and video streaming on GSM/WCDMA Networks.”
According to him, “The smartphones are set to come with multi-touch screens offering a large QHD display ranging from 4.0 to 6.3 inches with complementary picture-perfect shots HD front and rear camera; and optimized for video calls.’’
Alfred Okuyedi, Country Manager OPSSON, said “these NCC approved data-enabled smart phone range are presented in good display and offers 3G Internet and Wi-Fi Hot spot support that enables fast internet access and video streaming on GSM/WCDMA Networks.”
The brand will offer multimedia audio and video player capability with MP3/MP4, WAV, AVI and MPEG-4 among others.