Are Microsoft’s Low(er) Cost Lumia Windows Phone Smartphones Too Little Too Late For Kenya & Africa?
Its been over year since Microsoft acquired Nokia’s mobile devices and software services for a whopping US$ 7.2 Billion back in late 2013. Since then, Microsoft’s mobile devices business has slowly but surely been taking shape and the last new smartphones bearing the Nokia name rolled off the production line
The past five years or so has seen mobile apps take over the world irrespective of the myriad of mobile ecosystems now available to consumers. At the same time, consumers have more or less shifted from using feature phones to smartphones with the exception of emerging markets like Africa where
Press Release 5th December 2012: Mi-Fone, The African Mobile Devices Brand, has responded positively to the markets growing hunger for android handsets with three new additions in the Kenyan Market, the Mi-A200, Mi-A303, and SAWA Touch (Mi-A400), a move aimed at aggressively cutting a niche for Mi-Fone against other mobile