Are There People In Nigeria Who Have Never Heard Of Or Seen An Andriod Phone?

By Kachi Ojieh Sunday, April 02, 2017
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Welcome to another fascinating Tech Is Before Anything Else specials and we are looking at a mind blowing question: are there people in Nigeria who have never heard of or seen an android phone?

Don’t blame me, I had nothing else to do today and I was looking at my android phone when this question flashed my mind. It sounds ridiculous because Nigerians don’t live in a cave and as the world advance in technology; Nigerians are not left behind as they follow the trend.

Lets begin: what is Android? Somebody bail me out!!! Anyone? Dictionary boys where are you? No one for the time being (*winks). Anyways, the green robot guy with two antennas in his head also known as android is the name of the mobile operating system owned by American company, Google. Hope I got that correctly? Moving on. Androids come installed on smartphones and tablets and users gain access to variety of mobile applications etc.

Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and seventh populous country in the world (wow lucky we) with approximately 184 million inhabitants. Can it be true that each 184 million Nigerian has known about or seen an android smartphone? All things considered, I don't think so.

On the off chance that you ask a one month old child in Nigeria what is android, I think the infant may indicate the mother's bosom in the event that you are fortunate to get a response so they are excluded. We likewise exclude situations where the individual is visually impaired before the appearance of android in Nigeria, deaf or such cases.

The fact of the matter is there are youthful youngsters and grown-ups between the ages of 10 years to 50 years in Nigeria living in remote places that are yet to know about or see an android smartphone. You may not concur with me in view of the way that you may need me to display solid and obvious evidence however hey! That is my opinion.

At this point I wouldn’t want to bore you with so many theories, over to my readers let’s hear your opinion on this.

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Samsung Android image
Welcome to another fascinating Tech Is Before Anything Else specials and we are looking at a mind blowing question: are there people in Nigeria who have never heard of or seen an android phone?

Don’t blame me, I had nothing else to do today and I was looking at my android phone when this question flashed my mind. It sounds ridiculous because Nigerians don’t live in a cave and as the world advance in technology; Nigerians are not left behind as they follow the trend.

Lets begin: what is Android? Somebody bail me out!!! Anyone? Dictionary boys where are you? No one for the time being (*winks). Anyways, the green robot guy with two antennas in his head also known as android is the name of the mobile operating system owned by American company, Google. Hope I got that correctly? Moving on. Androids come installed on smartphones and tablets and users gain access to variety of mobile applications etc.

Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and seventh populous country in the world (wow lucky we) with approximately 184 million inhabitants. Can it be true that each 184 million Nigerian has known about or seen an android smartphone? All things considered, I don't think so.

On the off chance that you ask a one month old child in Nigeria what is android, I think the infant may indicate the mother's bosom in the event that you are fortunate to get a response so they are excluded. We likewise exclude situations where the individual is visually impaired before the appearance of android in Nigeria, deaf or such cases.

The fact of the matter is there are youthful youngsters and grown-ups between the ages of 10 years to 50 years in Nigeria living in remote places that are yet to know about or see an android smartphone. You may not concur with me in view of the way that you may need me to display solid and obvious evidence however hey! That is my opinion.

At this point I wouldn’t want to bore you with so many theories, over to my readers let’s hear your opinion on this.

For the latest technology news and mobile reviews, follow Techisbae on Twitter and Facebook.
Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.