To celebrate its 10th year anniversary, itel Mobile Technology has launched into the Nigerian mobile market its latest models, S32 and S12.The two models is an upgrade on the previous products, as both come with dual selfie cameras, and finger print sensor for selfie freaks.
The phone comes with a 5.5 HD IPS display, 2.5 D curve display touch, 8.0MP rear cameras and live filters, front soft light, android TM 7.0 nougat, 1GB RAM, 16GB ROM, Quad core, 1.3 GHz processor and 3000mAh battery.
Speaking at the unveiling in Lagos, the Marketing Communications Manager, itel Mobile, Oke Umurhowo, said, the new itel selfie centric phones are affordable, sleek and of high quality.
“At itel mobile, we understand the demand of our customers, hence the reason we are introducing the most affordable dual selfie camera phones in Africa. These new itel phones come with an innovative front camera that can accommodate more people in a single selfie,” he said.
Umurhohwo continued: “Compared to the previous S31, the latest S32 boast of 63 degree portrait lens for solo selfie and an ultra-wide 86 degree angle lens, which makes it easy for users to take group selfies.”
Also speaking on the brand, the Country Manager, itel Mobile, William Haung, said, understanding the market is key to the brand’s success as the brand has understood the major needs for African consumers.He added that year on year, the mobile phone firm rolled out affordable and reliable mobile phones without compromising on quality, noting that itel has always put customers at the fore of their business.
“We believe that by providing customers with affordable, reliable and trendy mobile devices, we can allow more people to get connected with the rest of the world in an efficient way. With such belief in mind, itel is continually making efforts to get closer to customers and understand their need and expectations in different ways,” he added. Haung added that the brand has engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility in giving back to the community, which is also at its core philosophy. – Guardian