19 February 2020
The adoption of technology is inescapable. In recent years the mobile phone has gone from being a status symbol to a must-have device as it facilitates a variety of actions in our daily lives.
The pattern of access to mobile technology is different in developing countries. In fact, consumers in these markets need this access more as it’s where the majority of future growth lies.
Technology holds the power to level the economic playing field in South Africa and grant users access to money and jobs. But to assist with this in immerging markets, smartphones must be affordable, rugged and simple to use.
A vast majority of our cellphones offer users high performance and energy efficiency resulting in impressive battery life. Get the maximum out of life with our cost-effective Prestigio S Max smartphone. The cellphone’s processing power is based on eight Octa A55 cores. Technical terms aside, it means it’s designed to improve performance and reduce energy consumption. Energy-efficient cores launch when the preservation of battery power is required. When starting more complex processes, a high-performance cluster is activated.
According to We Are Social, only 24% of South Africans make use of a laptop. Once again striking a balance between the lowest cost and solid, reliable and functional technology is essential to ensuring more people have access to hardware. This hardware must also be locally maintained and supported. We tick both of these boxes.
Our Smartbook 141 C4, for instance, is the perfect assistant for any student or office worker. It makes easy work of daily tasks thanks to its Dual-Core AMD A4-9120E CPU with a speed of up to 2.5 GHz, as well as 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.
We mustn’t forget about personal computing. A lot of research has been done on mobile phone usage in emerging markets, but what about tablets? We dug a little deeper to find out. Tablet usage is set to rapidly increase in developing markets as the hunger for smart connected devices continues to grow. The tablet market does well in Africa, some opting for this device rather than a laptop. South Africa’s overall personal computing device market grows year on year.
We have a range of tablets to suit your needs. Our Grace 3878 4G is a compact device that easily fits in a handbag or back pocket. Now you can take a world of processing power with you anywhere you go. The tablet runs on the latest version of Android 8.1 Oreo and it has a high-speed 4G LTE connection so you can learn, resolve work tasks on the go or simply relax and be entertained.
Prestigio manufactures competitively priced, cutting-edge consumer electronics for business, education and leisure. So, no matter your lifestyle, budget or requirements, we’ll help get you connected and stay connected. Visit our online store to find the perfect Prestigio device for you.
Subscribe to our newsletter and get news and promotions delivered to your inbox! No spam, we promise.