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Why the return of the Nokia 3310 is a brilliant move
Nokia 3310 officially returns at MWC 2017 as a feature phone without emerging market ambitions
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Apple enjoys a minute victory over Samsung claiming top spot as Top Global smartphone vendor
A quarter of Zimbabweans are using ‘Unknown’ imitation smartphones
Brace yourself for the biggest smartphone battle in 2017
Nokia paving the way for their upcoming smartphones.
Nokia Officially back in the smartphone game!
An estimated 10% of Zimbabwean smartphone users to be affected as WhatsApp ends support for Blackberry, Nokia
As Xiaomi enters Africa, local IAP, Africom takes lead for Zim market – offers a $250 device
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The top 10 mobile phone & tablet brands on the Zimbabwean market
Android takes over as the leading mobile operating system in Zimbabwe
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Zim startup Avelgood Apps hits 10 million downloads in 2 years
Guess who’s back: The Nokia N1 tablet
Details of Microsoft’s first smartphone, the Lumia 535
Zim smartphone penetration now over 15%, but what exactly is a smartphone?
Zim app on iOS and Windows seeks $160k
Zim mobile OS stats: Android market grows but Nokia still leader
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