Angola’s 7Mobile aims to extend footprint into African markets
Angolan mobile phone's company, 7Mobile, which is part of the TGI GROUP, has recently launched a new smartphone, “Swegue2” with a projection to start getting its footprint into other African markets, a release by the company has stated.
The Swegue2 is a 4G phone smartphones and an upgraded version of its predecessor, providing a robust, reliable and faster device, operated by a genuine Android operating system certified by Google.
The 7mobile is currently definitely, one of the fastest growing brands in sales and distribution of mobile phones, accessories and services within the country.
Together with Movicel and Unitel, the main operators in the country, 7Mobile says its mission is to connect Angolans with the right balance of highest quality and affordability for smarthphones, accessories and services.
The “7mobile is committed to creating an outstanding consumer experience through a strong focus on innovation, simplicity and service delivery in a sector that is constantly changing,” the company added.
Completely different from the first version, "Swegue2" brings a slightly different design approach than its predecessor, also offering enhanced security system and better camera quality, designed to meet the needs of the market, as well as the feedback from the final consumer.
The phone features an Android 8.1 operating system with face recognition, voice recognition and fingerprint technology.
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It is compatible with 2G, 3G and 4G, with a Quad Core, 1.3GHz processor, a 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM with expansion capacity, a 6.18” FWVGA + IPS screen, boosting a 8.0MP (Front camera) a 16.0MP + 2MP (dual rear camera), powered with a 3300mAh Battery and continuing with a company tradition of manufacturing only dual SIM mobile phones.