After the successful launch of the Uhuru, a netbook/tablet hybrid, the African technology giant, Rlg, is set to launch a new gadget soon.
The new gadget is suspected to be a smart phone that runs on Google’s Android 4.0 platform. The device is targeted at the youth, among whom Android-powered smartphones and tablets are popular.
Earlier this year, Rlg launched the Uhuru with much promotion. The netbook/tablet was well received, but its starting price of GHS1,950 ($1,000) was rather too expensive for the average Ghanaian consumer.
We at CediTalk hope that the new product will be much more competitively-priced to allow more people to experience a Ghana-made Android device.