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Lenovo slashes prices of smartphones, brings YOGA laptops series to market

By Emeka Aginam

In a drive to deliver rich mobile experiences and superior smartphone technology to more Nigerians, mobile communications maker, Lenovo has slashed the prices of its P70 and A5000 smartphones respectively in Nigeria.

With the new offer, customers can now purchase the Lenovo P70 or A5000 smartphones from accredited retail outlets nationwide at a recommended retail price of N41,500 and N23,000 respectively.

Speaking on the new development, the Executive Director, Mobile Business Group at Lenovo Middle East and Africa (MEA), Shashank Sharma, described the move as a demonstration of Lenovo’s commitment to strengthening its bond with its Nigerian consumers.

“Our P70 and A5000 smartphones are built to meet Nigerians’ demand for mobile phones with first-class design, smarter features and improved functionalities. We have reduced the retail prices in these categories so that a larger set of consumers can enjoy the optimal mobile experience that smartphones provide at even more affordable rates. We believe that every Nigerian should have access to the exciting world of smartphones and these new prices provide another platform through which we can achieve this goal,” he said.

Accordingly, the Lenovo P70 Smartphone features a huge 4000mAh battery with a ‘Quick Charge’ feature that allows you to charge the battery to 100% in just 3 hours, power-saving software that extends the battery even further and an OTG charging functionality to power other devices.

Similarly, in a drive to provide consumers with innovative and consumer-oriented technology products, Lenovo also announced the availability of three brand new members of its ground-breaking YOGA series of convertible laptops , the YOGA 300, the YOGA 500 and the YOGA 3 Pro in Nigeria.

The new YOGA range of laptops offers 360 degrees of flexibility and can be used both as tablets and laptop computers.


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