IPhone 7 & plus is aggressively high at almost ₦500,000.
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So a lot of crazy things happen everyday and they don’t seem to amaze me either. I am not sure where this was manufactured but I am guessing China – where else could it have been? This below, is an iPhone 7 plus running an android OS.

As seen on geek.ng, “I was going through my Facebook news feed this morning when I saw a sponsored post advertising an iPhone 7 Plus running Android OS. Yeah, this happens every year and I can bet my life on it that this is manufactured in a factory far away in China. ”

IPhone 7 & plus is aggressively high at almost ₦500,000.
IPhone 7 & plus is aggressively high at almost ₦500,000.

Given the craze majority have about the iPhone 7, I am sure the manufacturers of this clone decided to key into that and take improper advantage by creating one at a lesser price of 90,000 naira. Please note that the price of the iPhone 7 Plus on Jumia and Konga is aggressively high at almost ₦500,000.

Fake iPhone 7plus is on sale for N90,000
Fake iPhone 7plus is on sale for N90,000

Unlike the above, the original iPhone 7 plus has the 32GB, 128GB and 256GB types with  two 12MP cameras, one of which is a wide angle lens and the other a telephoto lens that can zoom 2X in high quality without using any software.

Cameras on both models also have 12-megapixel sensors as well as 4K video recording capability. It also enables live editing of video files and with wide colour capture.

It has a battery talk time of up to 14 hours on 3G and music play up to 40 hours compared to a disappointing 3000mah the clone has.

I don’t know who would but whoever would pay this amount to get this iPhone 7 plus clone needs to limit his love for showing off ostentatious materials, and in this case, fake ones given that you can get a very good android phone from a well recognized manufacturer too with that amount, instead of flaunting fake things.

Personally, I’d say a very big ‘NO’ to that. What would you say, can you pay N90,000 for an iPhone 7plus clone running on android OS? Let’s hear you…

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