Motorola has released its latest Smartphone, the Moto Z2 Force, which has an unbreakable. Motorola says it guarantees its ShatterShield display won’t crack or, well, shatter, for four years. If it does, the company pledges to replace it. Even when tossed around, the screen surprisingly remained intact.
Japan’s largest selling smartphone mobile brand, Freetel, has announced its partnership with TD Mobile, a mobile devices distributor in the sub-Saharan Africa which has established its presence in the Nigerian mobile market. Freetel said that the partnership was ahead of its planned introduction of four models of its Android Smartphone’s into the Nigerian market.
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is set to launch an affordable mobile device, the Freetel Ice 2, for the Nigerian market. Pichai stated this during his first visit to Nigeria last week. Pichai said: "Google is set to launch an Android device in September. One cool thing about this device is the price. The Ice 2 would be sold at N13 000 ($40) when it is launched."