Yes people! You remember the Nigerian first smartphone assembly plant that was launched earlier this year, AfriOne to be precise? Well, the smartphone plant assembly now boasts of an indigenous device which is the AfriOne Gravity Z1. By the way, what does the AfriOne Gravity Z1 bring to the table of smartphones? You wouldn’t be shocked when you notice that the first thing the smartphone brings to the table is its affordability as a budget smartphone. We know pretty well that we Nigerians love smartphones that are very much affordable. Some of its other features are the camera size of 8MP, large screen display size of 5.5 inches and more features that makes you bless the lord about the innovation from the Niogerian homesoil.
The smartphone boasts a large display size of 5.5 inches. How about that for a start? That just implies a statement of intent from the brand. Even some of the big names in the smartphone market didn’t use anything close to a 5-digit display size for the display sizes of their smartphones when they first started production. The display type is the brilliant LCD IPS touchscreen.
The front-facing camera of AfriOne Gravity Z1 has a 5-megapixel sensor that assures good production of the selfies images, or as the Koreans will say, the “selca” images. Yeah, you just learnt something new. That’s good to know. The rear camera supports an 8-megapixel sensor and a LED flash.
I’m sure you aren’t expecting a very large battery size for the smartphone because that will be asking for too much. Strictly considering the budget nature of the device, the device carries a 3000mAh battery capacity for the powerhouse.
INTERNAL STORAGE AND RAM
The smartphone has a 2GB RAM capacity. Don’t be wowed just yet, as the internal storage of the device boasts of a gallant 16GB capacity. How about that for utility? Though the internal storage can be extended with the use of a micro SD card to 32GB.
Some of the other features include its Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS which isn’t the latest in the trend of Android OS.