Larry Frank

A Nigerian tech writer, loves surfing the net, and crazily in love with the piano. Contact me via I'm also on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

    • Hello Sumit,
      It’s funny you called this device a tablet alone, yes every person like me would love a smartphone that accepts sim card, except to stay close to deawoo company as their wifi isn’t locked.
      Thanks for sharing your thougths, and do have a wonderful day ahead.

  1. Hello Larry,

    Anytime I come across such pieces, it’s only one thing which goes through my head and that of course keeps me thinking. How far is this technology revolution going to go? And I guess the brakes aren’t going to be applied anytime soon.
    That was a beautiful piece the Tech evangelist!

    • Hi Kebie,
      Technology is another world alltogether and I guess I got a different view from you. Technology has no ends and no brakes, yea thats what I think.

      Thanks for stopping by, do have a wonderful day ahead.

  2. the phone is totally cool. Always preferred android, now I’ll consider going back to Nokia since they’ve got what I want. Love the camera specs..with 8mp, I should have quality pics

    • Hello Grace,
      It’s been a while I saw you here on my blog, It’s nice seeing you again 🙂 Nokia devices have quality and you know what? No matter the new gadget I lunch, I still have my nokia E series symbian phone by my coner.
      We talked of quality, and nokia is first, ranging from the ram, internal memory to the camera, you’ll always have a look real camera with such a device. It’s good you like this device, thanks for stopping by.

  3. ound like a good piece of equipment. I want a tablet but everyone seems to think because I want to continue to blog a surface pro or laptop would be better.

    • Hello Becca,
      Welcome to my blog, it doesn’t matter if you are a blogger or not, mobile gadgets are supplements to laptops, you can still get one gadget for yourself, it’s all fun.
      Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Hi Larry.

    Thanks for this great info. I guess Nokia is trying to gain market share but they have a lot of work to do.

    I was impressed with the tablet especially the battery size but I was disappointed with the memory; only 1 Gb but the device is worth the price though.

    Lets see how people will respond to the device.

    • Hello Ikechi,
      Nokia is trying as much as they can to pull out of set-backs in the mobile market and also meet-up their competitors standard. Despite all odds, I’ve been a full fan of the Nokia brand, and this device is one top hit so far.
      The Internal memory is 32GB and it also aquires 2GB ram. Sure you’ll like this device.
      Thanks for stopping by.

  5. The question now is; Is it worth buying in Nigeria at #40,000? will they be able to conquer, With the likes of HTC, Samsung, LG and even the Cheap Android phone bosses like Tecno, gionee, infinix and the rest already standing firm on thick ground???

    Uche Francis
    TechDavids .com

    • Hello Uche,
      Therr are Gadget lovers in Nigeria that can still be able to offer even hundreds of thousands to buy smartphones that are worth it. But seriousely, this device isn’t for any average Joe-Jane person, and that’s gonna make it not to have a lot of sale in Nigeria.

      Thanks for your insight.

  6. Hi Larry,

    I am amazed to know about this new tablet of Nokia. I mean Nokia was not doing good enough in the market but after this launch its going to be awesome to buy it.
    It is believed that Nokia has the best hardware in their phones. And I am sure this tablet is going to rock.
    Thanks for the info.
    Enjoy your day.:)

    • Hello Ravi,
      Since the arrival of Android devices, Nokia hasn’t been doing good in the mobile market, but I hope you still remember those days when Nokia symbian Phones ruled the mobile market, Nokia is quite a unique brand and I think they’ll also do well in the Android world.

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