Ovim, the Android tablet produced by a partnership between two Nigerian companies, Fasmicro and Microscale Embedded, is due to hit the stores on the 20th of January 2011. However, the 7-inch tablet is now available by pre-order for just N45,000.
After Jan 10, 2011, the price goes up to N50,000.
Ovim runs Android 2.2 and is powered by the award-winning Marvell 166 800MHz processor. A peculiarity of Ovim is that it has a 3G Module built-in, meaning that you are spared the headaches of 3rd party driver compatibility. Another is that a home-brewed app store is on the way for the device, so Nigerians can purchase apps. The official Android Market does not currently support purchases from Nigeria.
You can pre-order your copy from the Phone Store.
Simply use the order button on the phone store to place your pre-order and make payment into our GTBank account. You will receive an acknowledgement of your payment on the same day.
Your device will be delivered to you in line with our standard phone store delivery policies.
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