Huawei unveils the Huawei Y3II and Y5II low-end budget smartphones in Uganda
As global smartphone producers shift focus to the low-end market, Huawei Consumer Business Group (Uganda) has unveiled two new entry-level smartphones dubbed ‘Huawei Y3II and Y5II’ from its Y-series generation of smartphones. The Huawei Y3II and Y5II are targeted at that first-time smartphone owner, or that person that is upgrading from a feature phone to
a smartphone and as well are meant for that person on a budget but would like a quick replacement of a phone.
Airtel Uganda Launches 1-6-1 service.
Airtel Uganda has partnered with Human Network International (HNI), to launch Uganda’s call-in system, called the 1-6-1 service, that will provide free, on-demand information for fishing and farming communities with more services like financial information, Health among others set to follow suit in the near future.
You can now process those Prisma Images without an Internet connection
Prisma, the photo manipulation app that brought a unique way of pimping up our images has today update its app to support offline image processing. The app uses neural networks to regenerate users' images to resemble or have that unique look from famous artists and paintings. Unfortunately, for the Android users, this update is only for the iOS Prisma app and will help take away, that
A look through Tecno’s upcoming Phantom 6 Plus camera
Tecno is set to launch another amazing device from the Phantom series and after several speculations, one thing has increasingly become clear: the camera on the TECNO Phantom 6 Plus model is one of the biggest reasons to buy the smartphone.
Samsung set to sell refurbished smartphones
Before I proclaim 2016 being the year of the Samsung, with its flagships besting reviews and selling in droves, yet other good news have hit the web about Sammy doubling down on sales of its fine tuned but dated flagships (S7 and S7 Edge). These refurbished smartphones will sell at a fraction of the price of its current flagships according to sources privy to the matter that reached out to Reuters
We have a smartphone battery problem.
07:00 AM: I leave my abode for the day’s work after an enormous 100% recharge throughout the night, very thankful for the day ahead. 8:00 AM mid-way the journey and I have dropped a few percentages. Blame it on the sickening traffic jam that clogs autos plying the many Kampala roads in and around its suburbs, the days mails, news, push notifications, browsing and ephemeral IMs that normally bubble in the morning while I sift through my phone. These put a dent to my phone’s battery. 80% battery percentage it reads.
Twitter doubles down on critical anti-harassment tools
Twitter has of late been criticized by users for not being strict on abuse, racial discrimination and trolls, today the company is now offering some of its most critical anti-harassment tools to every user, not just those with blue checkmarks next to their name.
Africa’s leading mobile maker, TECNO hints global unveiling for its September flagship
One of Africa’s leading mobile makers, TECNO has been warming up to the launch of its September flagship, the Phantom 6. However, moving away from a known tradition of an African launch for its high-end Phantom series, TECNO seems to be looking overseas to a grand unveiling of what analysts have dubbed a “turning point” flagship
Government set to roll-out free wireless Internet in Kampala
Although the ICT sector was ‘treated miserably’ when the finances were being allocated in Uganda’s financial budget of 2016/17, the government through its ICT sector is making tremendous efforts in trying to upgrade and embrace the vital use of the internet. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are introducing slashes and combos on their packages day in, day out to try and lure the most audience to the side and we on the consumer are at times lost of choice.