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I needed a new phone and went shopping and ended up with OnePlus 7 Pro, because it is a damned good deal.
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Opinions And Analyses
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It looks like OPPO is following the new TECNO-Infinix smartphone release playbook, as they now release multiple phone successors in a year.
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The specifications of the rumoured Nokia Maze Pro Lite 2020 are mouth-watering – 6.6-inch display, 12GB RAM, 8500mAh battery – the perfect look and smell of a hoax.
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Comparing two Transsion smartphones from the same portion of the market is bound to serve up an interesting comparison. Pitting these two devices from the
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The entry-level portion of the smartphone market is popular for catering to the needs of many a smartphone user. While this section may not have
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Mister Mobility’s TECNO POP 4 Review is straight-to-the-point and touches on all the important things. Come on this journey of 2GB RAM, Android Go Edition, and 3G Internet.
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OPPO A92 is exactly what we have come to expect from OPPO Mobile – a beautiful smartphone that gets the job done. It is light in the hand, runs smoothly, and takes good photos. Enjoy our in-depth OPPO A92 review.
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The XG-17 TWS Bluetooth stereo headset’s box does not give it away as a well-featured, highly capable device. But it packs a fair punch for the pocket-friendly price.
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If you are a lover of Xperia smartphones, this article gives you details about some of the best Sony phones of 2020.
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Here is a brief guide pointing out 3 of the best mid-range smartphones in India and the United States. These devices will give you the best performance for your cash, maximising value for money.
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Because $249 is an insane amount of money for most people to spend on earbuds, As such, here is a compilation of affordable AirPods Pro alternatives that deliver good audio experiences.
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MobilityArena's Claim To Fame
In 2004, Yomi Adegboye became the pioneer tech blogger cum mobile phone reviewer in Nigeria when he began to share his experiences with mobile phones and prepaid services on various blogs, including Mobile Africa (now Tech Africa). He started GoSMartMobile in 2006, and later Mobility Nigeria in 2008 - both blogs about mobile phones.
Mobility Nigeria soon grew in reputation as the go-to place for detailed reviews, information about the latest phones, and the best smartphone deals in the country. As he gained recognition as the country’s most respected and most authoritative tech blogger, fans and admirers of the blog coined him the nickname, Mister Mobility.
As the site's clout grew, the need to serve a wider audience resulted in a re-naming of the largest mobile review website and tech blog in Nigeria to Mobility Arena. Mobility Nigeria was later re-launched to operate side-by-side Mobility Arena.
Leading brands, including some of the world's top phone companies, have collaborated with Mobility Arena. The list includes: OPPO, itel, TECNO, Infinix, Nokia, Xiaomi, Slot Systems, Apple, Nescafe Africa, MTN, Jumia, 9mobile (formerly Etisalat), Gionee, Ntel, Huawei, Samsung, Airtel, GTBank, and BlackBerry, among others.
From 2001 till date, Mister Mobility has owned over 200 mobile devices, including Windows Mobile phones and Pocket PCs, Symbian phones, Palm phones, BlackBerry phones, Ubuntu phones, Maemo phones, Android phones, and iPhones.