Social media comedians have been in full force poking fun at the third biggest smartphone maker on the continent by market share, Itel. Here are some of the very best Itel jokes we have seen over the last couple of days or so.
Who did this ? Check Itel on wikipedia 😂 pic.twitter.com/iUSWkKjOxo— Kurungai. K Kurungai (@MadzingaHN) May 21, 2021
Hanzi battery re Itel rogara Kupfuura mamwe ma relationship enyu pic.twitter.com/T3KsC2YYxd— la flvme 🔥 (@Keith_tino_zw) May 22, 2021
Do you all remember Gtide users have resurfaced as itel users pic.twitter.com/wU2F9DYbqi— Duke of Mthwakazi (@dukeofmthwakazi) May 20, 2021
I once had an iTel and most times when I attempted to take a screenshot yaidzima, kutoita restart😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/9Nlgehw7GV— Pfungwa 🌹😊 (@pfungwadzashe) May 20, 2021
Uchibva kuti "now I'm minding my own business" wobva waona munhu ane Itel ye fake pic.twitter.com/5YN7N8rhiH— la flvme 🔥 (@Keith_tino_zw) May 16, 2021
I don't understand hangu ma links acho but Itel and Zeeworld zvinehukama.— Mfes weReal Estate 🏘️🧱🏡 (@MutasaTG) May 19, 2021
Yeah… you savages never rest, but jokes aside Itel has a pretty decent lineup that has made it an easier entry point for many to get a smartphone. Beyond the entry-level A16 which has just about what you need in terms of specs to get online. Itel debuted the P37 yesterday in Nigeria:
The Itel P37 supports nano sim, LTE and has 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal storage and like most android phones it comes with expandable storage up to 128 GB. It has a 13 MP rear camera with a 0.3MP depth sensor and has an 8 MP selfie camera or front-facing camera. I don’t know about you but those are pretty decent specs for something that is retailing for around US$119.00.