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Cheap Android Phones 2020 in Nigeria – Specifications & Price

It used to be that you needed to shell out some serious cash to get a good Android phone. Fast forward to 2020. While smartphones are getting more expensive with each release, affordable Android phones are going the opposite way, while providing a great amount of functionality as well. Budget phone makers like Redmi, Tecno and Cubot keep offering more and more without putting a strain on your wallet. These brands provide some of the cheapest Android phones of 2020.

Buying a new smartphone doesn’t mean you have to drink garri until the next payday. If you are looking for a range of cheap smartphones to choose from, look no further. We analyse some of the cheapest phones on the market, showing you their specifications, pros & cons and most importantly, how much they cost. Buckle up for a long ride.

Moto G Power

Standout Features

  • Great battery life

If you’re old enough, you might remember Motorola being one of the big players in the early days of mobile telephoning. While their position might have been somewhat eroded, Motorola insists that the spark of creativity still exists with the brand by introducing the Moto G Power.

With this device, Motorola seeks to capture the budget phone segment, cramming a lot of positives into the device. However, the phone’s first impression does not do much to impress. It sports a plastic exterior which matches its price point, although the glossy finish at the back of the phone tries to alleviate the cheap look. 

However, the Moto G Power more than compensates for this under the hood. Like its predecessors, the battery of this device is its strongest selling point. With a 5,000 mAh battery, the device has one of the strongest batteries in the market and can last over 16 hours of constant normal use. If you don’t have steady access to electricity or are constantly on the move, this device was made for you.

On the rear, the smartphone’s cameras this year come in a vertical array, making the phone look less bulky than devices with their cameras in a block array. The fingerprint scanner is also well-positioned, making it easy to reach without having to grotesquely twist your fingers just to unlock your phone.

The 6.4-inch display is an LCD panel and features a Full HD+, which is standard for its category. However, the colours leave a little to be desired, although the screen brightness makes up for this, somewhat. 

Above it and to the left, there a punch hole contains the phone’s camera, allowing Motorola to shrink the bezel at the bottom of the screen.

In the performance category, the Moto G Power comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory, as expected. While you shouldn’t expect too much from the device, the Snapdragon 665 will handle most typical tasks. 

The tri-camera setup includes a 16-MP main lens, an 8-MP  ultrawide camera and a 2-MP macro shooter. While we can’t exactly say it stands up to the Samsung S20 range, it performs well in the affordable phone category.

Available on Jumia, this device goes for 90,000. While it is more pricey than most others in this list, it is certainly a bargain at that price.

Xiaomi Redmi 8A

Standout Features

  • Great design
  • Solid battery

Xiaomi Redmi is no stranger to making affordable phones with solid performances. With offerings such as the Redmi Note 8 Pro and the Redmi Note 8, users are familiar with what the phone maker has to offer. 

This smartphone redefines what is deemed acceptable for a budget phone. Going by its design, you’d never guess its price.The 6.2-inch display on this baby is flanked by moderate bezels on each side and small chin at the bottom which bears the devices Redmi branding. Again, Redmi follows the notch convention with a small teardrop notch at the top which holds the camera. The design at the back of the phone is polycarbonate, making the phone look more expensive than it really is.

Screen-wise, Redmi agrees that bigger is better, upping the LCD to 6.22-inches, making it slightly bigger than its predecessor, the Redmi 7A. The screen performs decently when checked for brightness and contrast. While the 720 x 1,250-pixel resolution is somewhat lower than other budget phones, the display doesn’t seem to suffer for it. All-in-all, it’s a great screen.

If the screen seems to struggle with competitors, its battery power boosts clear past them with ease. With 5,000mAh, this battery can last all day and then some. It can certainly survive if you forget to charge it once or twice. To charge, the phone’s package includes a 10W USB-C charger, which can fill up the phone’s battery in about two hours. If you want to charge even faster, there’s an option for an 18W charger sold separately.

As expected, the Redmi 8A’s camera isn’t the best, but it does okay. The single 12-MP rear camera performs decently during the daytime, but not so well in low light. The pictures might also seem over-exposed and the edges of the photo’s object come out a bit blurred. Still, it’s not so bad. The 8-MP front camera takes some okay selfies, however, they can become quite grainy.

Under the hood, the 2GB of RAM does not afford it a lot of leeways, but the Snapdragon 439 chipset carries some of the load. The device will handle most takes and switch between apps without lag, but you might have to play PUBG games on a low setting.

As to cost, the Redmi 8A costs about N49,000 which we think is a major steal for all its capabilities. Find it here on Jumia and Konga.

Infinix Hot 8

Standout Features

  • Great battery life

Infinix is no stranger to the world of affordable phones. Year in, year out, the phone maker designs the best of phones aimed at people who have small phone budgets. This year, it’s the Infinix Hot 8. 

First, the design. As expected for its price, it’s nothing too spectacular. The glossy plastic back cover holds the tri-camera setup and the fingerprint sensor. In front, the phone sports the now-ubiquitous waterdrop notch which holds the camera. Right above the notch is the earpiece and a LED-light which indicates when the device is charging but does not light up for notifications.

The power button and the volume rockers are well-positioned on the right side of the phone and within reach. The sim and microSD slot share the same compartment, while the 3.5mm earphone jack and speakerphone are at the usual position, at the bottom.

Weighing 165g, this device does not seem like it carries a 5,000 mAh battery, but it does. The phone can last more than a day and half of constant use, an impressive performance. This should sit rightly with heavy phone users.

The Infinix Hot 8 comes with a MediaTek Helio P22 processor is the same as that of the Cubot X19. It performs alright with moderate use, but seems to lag a little when you have to switch between apps. At 4GB RAM and with 64 GB of memory, the smartphone will play most light games but will start to falter with intensive games such as PUBG and Call of Duty. To its credit, the phone didn’t get too warm like other devices often do.

The display is average as expected. The screen’s 6.52-inch HD+ display packs a resolution of 720X1600 and 90.3% screen to body ratio. Not the brightest of phones out there, it checks out at 450 nits of brightness. The colour contrast is moderate, but it certainly does not pretend to be a high-end device. 

The tri-camera set up consists of a 13-MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture, a 2-MP camera for depth-sensing and a third sensor for low-light. For selfies, it comes with an 8MP camera with f/2.0 aperture and a dedicated flash. Quality-wise, the Infinix Hot 8 gives off decent pictures, and that’s about it. The front camera also takes great selfies if you have sufficient lighting, otherwise the picture looks grainy and duller colours.

This offering from Infinix is available for a modest N46,500 on Jumia and Konga.

Samsung Galaxy A20S

Standout Features

  • Great camera

Samsung makes its traditional foray into the budget phone category with the A20S. It is an attractive option for most phone users as it packs quite a bit of power in the camera and battery category. However, it sacrifices performance, design and display to bring it into the range of affordability.

The Galaxy A20S tries to imitate Samsung’s other high-end options in the design aspect, with a waterdrop notch, barely noticeable bezels and a 6.4-inch display. However, the phone begins to show its price after some use. The plastic on the back is sadly prone to scratches and smudges so you might need to use a case with this phone.

The display ticks most boxes but doesn’t pretend to be the very best. The 6.4-inch AMOLED display is sufficient, but 1560 x 720 leaves a lot to be desired. The screen comes across as dull, as the colours are a bit lacking and videos are less sharp. The display isn’t nearly the best in its category, with other devices offering better display.

The A20S is ideal for you if you don’t place a lot of demand on your phone’s memory. The Exynos 7904 chipset allows you to carry out the usual activities, but using memory-intensive apps will slow down the device. The A20S’ 3GB RAM is just sufficient but nothing extra and the 32GB of RAM might need expanding with the MicroSD slot that takes an expansion of up to 256GB.

In the camera department, the A20S shows off Samsung superior work in that area. The rear camera features a 13-MP main camera with f/1.9 aperture and a 5-MP shooter. The camera captures surprisingly well in a range of environmental lighting. The details in each picture are well-captured and not overexposed, which phones in this category often are. The selfies from this device are realistic and colours pop without looking overprocessed. In all, the device’s camera stands up to scrutiny.

At N65,000, the Samsung Galaxy A20S is decidedly cheap for a Samsung device, but we think there are other smartphones in the budget category that surpass its performance. Find the A20S here on Jumia and Konga.

  1. Tekno Spark 5 Air

Standout Features

  • Great battery life

The Tecno Spark 5 Air is a budget version of Tecno Spark 5. As usual, Tecno has designed a performance device for people who don’t want to spend money on a flagship..

This smartphone’s rear looks to be an exact copy of the Spark 5, with minor changes that serve to lower the cost of the phone, such as using plastic material. The rear sports a square-shaped camera bulge that houses its 13-MP camera, flash and a fingerprint sensor. The sensor performs optimally on touch, a nod to its performance.

In front, Tecno goes big with a 7.0-inch IPS LCD capacitative touchscreen. At 720X1640 pixels and 256 PPI, it’s not exactly the best, but the colours are defined enough.

The cameras are lacking when compared to the Tekno Spark 5. The device’s 13-MP shooter and QVGA camera are less sophisticated than the Tekno Spark 5’s quad-camera setup. The pictures look alright in proper lighting, but start to look grainy in low light. The camera’s can shoot 1080p videos at 30fps. In front, it sports an 8-MP camera with f/1.8 aperture, capable of taking wide angle shots.

Inside, the Tekno Spark 5 Air is powered by 2GB of RAM and 32GB ROM. While it would struggle to play intensive games like PUBG, it should handle everyday tasks with ease. The phone switches between apps without a lag, thanks to its octa-core processors.

This affordable smartphone is available on Konga and Jumia, a reasonable price for what it offers.

Xiaomi Redmi 9

Standout Features

  • Ergonomic design
  • Good camera

This year’s successor of the Redmi 8 is the Xiaomi Redmi 9. The smartphone maker seems yet unready to ease its grasp on the budget phone market, with this great show of craftsmanship and design.

Despite its low price, the device boasts of several features yet unavailable on high range phones.

For design, the colourful device has a 4-camera arrangement, just to the left of the fingerprint sensor positioned near the top of the phone. The sensor is easily reachable while holding the phone.  Even with a plastic rear cover, the device does not feel inexpensive and the textured pattern makes it easy to grip and prevents fingerprint smudges.

The right side of the phone hosts the power button and volume rockers, while the sim/SD card slot is on the left, making it an ergonomic device.

The Redmi 9 comes with a 6.53-inch Full HD+ display with a 19.5:9 aspect ration. This is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and has a screen-to-body ratio of 89.93%. Movie watchers would be pleased with the 2340X1080 resolution, which is impressive for a phone available at its price.

The smartphone comes in two variants; 3GB RAM with 32GB of memory and 4GB RAM and 64GB of memory. The MediaTek Helio G80 performs well to make the Redmi 9 perform well. The phone doesn’t lag neither do the apps crash, except for one occasion or two.

To take photos and videos, the Redmi 9 surprisingly comes with four cameras, unusual for a low price phone. The cameras consist of a 13-megapixel wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor at f/2.2 aperture, a 5-megapixel macro lens with f/2.4 aperture; and a 2-megapixel depth sensor with f/2.4 aperture. This is an impressive feat by Xiaomi.

The pictures are sharp and colour-accurate, especially when used outdoors. The picture quality drops when in low light, and might be grainy with some noise. The ultrawide cameras are truly wide angle, as they capture landscape scenes in broad strokes. The selfie camera are also impressive, with well-exposed photos that do not smoothen the edges excessively.

This bad boy costs a reasonable N54,000 on Jumia and Konga.

Umidigi A5 Pro

Standout Features

  • 16 MP main camera
  • Great Performance
  • Excellent Battery Life
  • Sharp Display

Chinese company Umidigi is a relative newcomer to phone making. With 55 phone models released so far, the smartphone company tries to break into the mainstream of the affordable phone market. Their latest effort is the Umidigi A5 Pro.

Umidigi manages to squeeze in a three-camera design and a glass back into this phone, a rarity for devices in its class. Alongside the camera set up and the LED flash is a fingerprint reader at the back of the phone, encased in a glass surface. The phone feels sturdy and its build belies its low price point.

Around the device is an aluminum band that holds the power button and volume rocker on the left and the microSD/sim tray on the right. The earpiece jack and speakerphones are placed in their usual position at the bottom. For a phone released this year, a USB Type C port is noticeably missing, opting instead for the usual micro USB.

Turning on the Umidigi A5 Pro, the 6.3-inch display lights up, revealing the phone 16:9 aspect ratio on the LTPS panel. With a 1080X2280 screen resolution, the colours on the screen are decent and crisp.At 440ppi, you get a pretty sharp-looking display, a feat considering its price.

This Umidigi phone comes with a Mediatek Helio P22 processor and 4GB of RAM, giving enough power to perform heavier than average tasks. Games play quite well but are not exactly hitch free.

You might need to adjust the settings to medium to play games. The phone’s 32 GB storage might not be sufficient for you. For this, there’s a MicroSD slot which supports memory cards of up to 256GB. The face unlock feature works seamlessly, just like the fingerprint sensor which unlocked the device without delay.

With 4150 mAh of battery power, this device easily lasts more than a day of constant use. The accompanying 10W charger ensures that the battery goes from empty to fully charge in about 3 hours, slower than other devices in this list.

For its cameras, it comes with a 16MP main camera, a 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP ultrawide camera. In front, there’s a 16MP camera which performs quite well for takong accurately coloured selfies. In all, the device’s camera works pretty well for a budget phone.

The Umidigi A5 Pro costs N41,000 on Jumia, which we consider a good bargain.

Samsung A10S

Standout Features

  • Sharp display
  • Great performance
  • Good camera

Samsung makes an addition to the Galaxy A series with the Galaxy A10s. This phone appears to be designed for those who are looking for budget phones but still expect a decent performance  from their smartphone.

Samsung opts for a plastic body on the A10S as expected for its price range. It’s a pretty handy phone, weighing 168 grams and measuring 75.8 x 156.9 x 7.8cm. It however does not come with waterproof protection to shield it from the elements, but we didn’t expect it to.

In front, there’s a notch cutout housing a 8MP camera. The fingerprint sensor without a lag, a nod to the device’s CPU. The screen is moderately-sized at 6.2inches. The smartphone’s 720X1560 resolution makes the display sharp and crisp, commendable for a budget device.

For performance, it uses the MediaTek Helio P22 processor, with two cores that clock in at 2.5ghz and 1.5ghz respectively. This shows that Samsung places a premium on power in this device.

In addition to 2GB RAM, the power of the device is sufficient enough to use apps on the device without any lag, although you might have to set games to a lower setting in order to play seamlessly. At 32GB, the storage isn’t very large, although you have the option to expand to up to 512GB in the microSD slot.

The 4,000mAh battery on this one comes pretty strong, and can presumably last almost a day of use. This model does not come with wireless charging but has fast-charging capabilities. 

The dual-camera layout consists of a 13MP main camera and 2MP depth sensor. The main camera takes good enough photos, as expected from a Samsung device. In front, the 8MP camera is ideal for selfie taking, even in low light conditions.

The Samsung A10S is available for a tidy 53,000 on Jumia and Konga.

Umidigi A3S

Standout Features

  • Good camera

The Umidigi A3S is a low-cost alternative to the Umidigi A3. On the whole, the A3S performs well for a phone that costs 35,000.

The design looks a bit dated, for the modern times. It retains a similar build to the A3. The fingerprint scanner is positioned at the center of the rear. Up and to the left, we have the two camera lenses that come with the device  In front, you might be surprised by the fairly large bezels, which look unusual. The absence of a notch is also noticeable, given the ubiquity of notches in smartphones of today.

The 5.7-inch IPS LCD HD+ display makes the phone look like a mid-range phone. Still, it is fairly better than what you’d expect from a midrange device. The 1440X720 resolution provides enough clarity to the casual observer.

The MediaTek MT6761 processor with a clock speed of 2.0Ghz means that you can play some games or open multiple apps on the phone, but won’t take too kindly to heavy games and might lag if you have too many things open. It also makes the 3950 mAh battery efficient. The power on this phone  should last you close to a day before requiring a charge. 

With 2GB of RAM and 16GB of memory, this device isn’t exactly built for heavy tasks or files but it’ll do what you need. However, you can expand the memory to 256GB with the microSD slot. It runs the Android 10 OS and the interface is decent. The camera system is a dual camera setup; a 16MP main camera and a 5MP depth sensor, great for taking portrait photos. The front camera is a 13 MP shooter, which performs quite impressively for a low cost phone. Pictures don’t look overprocessed, although  you’ll have to have good decent exposure.

The Umidigi A5S is available on Jumia for N35,000. 

Nokia 5.1

Standout Features

  • Great screen
  • Beautiful design

Nokia reclaims its place as the standout budget phone manufacturer with the Nokia 5.1. The great design of the phone hits you straight out of the box, making you doubt its cost. The phone is encased in a metallic chassis, giving a smooth cool feel. It certainly looks expensive. You can buy the phone in copper, blue and black. On the left side of the are the sim trays and the memory card slot which blend seamlessly with metal band surrounding the device

Inside, the device runs on a MediaTek Helio P22, which is higher than what other devices in this range run on. This is supported by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of memory, equal to most other devices in this range. The internal memory can be expanded to a 216GB memory with a microSD slot.

The device comes with a 5.5-inch FHD+ display that just wows you. Nokia brings excellence to a budget phone with the addition of this 1080X2160 resolution display. The brightness is impressive and the colours are clear. Surprisingly, the display measures in at 439 ppi, just slightly short of the iPhone Xs’s 458 ppi. Nokia 5.1’s screen ratio is a decent 18:9, making it grat for watching videos.

Nokia 5.1’s 2970mAh battery is just sufficient for the device, considering its size. Accordingly, the battery easily powers the device for a whole day.However, the phone does not support fast charging, taking upwards of two hours to completely charge.

The Nokia 5.1 packs a single 16MP camera with a f/2.0 aperture and an 8MP selfie camera, also with f/2.0 aperture. The camera quality is just average; it’s not exactly designed for photography, at that price point. Zoomed photos look a bit grainy and start to lose detail.

Available for N40,000 naira on Konga, we think this device is a great bargain, considering its low price point.

Galaxy A31

Standout Features

  • Great battery life
  • Awesome screen

The Samsung A31 appears as a successor to the A30S, with a bigger battery, a higher camera and higher price tag. Outside, the A31 is light without seeming cheap. It has a sturdy feel to it, continuing Samsung’s tradition of great design. The front has a U notch cutout and relatively thin bezels. In all, the smartphone is elegant and slick, despite being made form polycarbonate.

The headphone jack, USB Type-C port and speaker are positioned at the usual spot at the bottom of the phone and a sim tray slot for the phone’s dual sim on the left of the phone. The power button and volume rockers are on the right.

The A31S AMOLED display is a fitting example of Samsung’s superb screen quality.  The 6.4 inch FUll HD+ is super crisp and clear and 1080X2400 resolution makes the display look very liquid. The phone also comes with an in-screen fingerprint sensor which  isn’t very fast and intuitive. The facial recognition feature works faster for unlocking the screen.

The MediaTek Helio P65 chip is disappointing on this device. It caused some lag issues when switching between apps and the general phone performance was below average. This is definitely not a gaming phone as it might not keep up.

A quad-camera layout consisting of a main 48-MP sensor, a 8-MP wide angle lens, a 5MP depth sensor for portrait photos and a 5MP macro camera are not really impressive. In front, the 20MP  selfie camera performs just decently 

The device appears to redeem itself in the battery department. The 5000mAh battery lasts over 18 hours of heavy use and well beyond a day of regular use. The device comes with a 15W charge which fills up the battery to 50% in an hour and to 100% in about two hours.

The Samsung A31S costs a tidy N101,000 on Jumia and Konga.

Cubot R15

Standout Features

  • Great design
  • Crisp display

Cubot returns with another impressive device for this class of smartphones. The Cubot R15 does not look cheap with a teardrop display and slender feel. While it does perform as well as the Cubot R15 Max, it features a larger screen. The polycarbonate material used to on the body of the phone gives it an elegant look. A fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of the phone for accessibility.

In front of the phone is the camera, nestled in the notch cutout that sits at the top of the device. The volume rockers and power button are on the right side of the device while the sim ports are on the left. 

The 6.26-inch display on the device makes the phone one of the bigger devices in its price range. The 2.5 D screen is curved at the ages and at 1520X720 resolution 451 ppi, this screen is one of the clearest in the market.

Performance is average with this device’s MediaTek MT6580P, as expected for its category.The 2GB of RAM and 16GB of memory are also quite average, but you have the option to expand the memory to a meager 64GB. You would certainly get quite a bit of lag if you try to use the Cubot R15 for anything other than regular phone use. Playing games lag considerably in this model but switched between apps easily enough.

3,000mAh is just sufficient to power the device but won’t work any wonders. It lasts almost a full day of constant use, especially as the entry-grade processor isn’t very power consuming.

For pictures, the Cubot R15 sports a dual camera setup, an 8MP main camera and 2MP depth sensor. The cameras are expectedly below average as they are often grainy and colours are hardly accurate.

The Cubot R15 is available for cheap at N26,000 on Jumia.

Occitel C17 Pro

Standout Features

  • Performance

The Oukitel C17 Pro looks to be a budget phone that tries to combine good performance with low cost. The design features a mostly plastic body and an aluminum band. The device appears to be light without seeming cheap-looking. Top and to the left are the smartphone’s two cameras and LED flash, and at the center of the back is the fingerprint scanner.

In front, the front camera cut out is surrounded by the screen, doing away with the notch that has become so common with other devices. The plastic build of the device means it’s not as prone to breaking as glass-backed designs. Volume rockers and power button on the right, sim tray/microSD tray on the left, as usual. The Oukitel C17 Pro is available in red, blue and black.

Its 6.35 inch screen makes it one of the bigger phones out there. Combined with the 19.5:9 screen ratio, this device has more screen real estate than most other devices. Its display appears to be pretty crisp, not surprising considering that its resolution measures in at 720X1560 pixels. We think this device is ideal if you spend  a lot of time watching videos

There’s a lot you can do with 4GB of RAM so this device’s performance doesn’t suffer in that regard.  This is quite a bit of RAM for a phone at its price point. Memory space is quite large too, with 64GB of space expandable to 128GB with a microSD card. The device is also available in 3GB RAM/32GB internal memory variant.

We believe this is an impressive feat for a budget phone and should see this device perform well in the market. The Mediatek Helio P23 chipset can take quite a hit, allowing you to play games and switch between apps easily. There’s no apparent lag and operations seem quite seamless.

The 3900mAh battery that comes with the Oukitel C17 Pro can take a full day of use and then some. The device is made more power-efficient thanks to its Helio P23 chipset and battery saving features on the phone.

For pictures and videos, the tri-camera setup comprises a 13MP main camera, a 5MP wide angle camera for taking great landscape photos and a 2MP depth sensor for portrait photos.

The surprising low-cos of the device relative to its offerings makes this one a fav. At N43,000 (available on Jumia) we consider this offer a good steal.

Tecno Camon 12 Air

Standout Features

  • Great battery life
  • Sharp display

The Tecno Camon 12 Air continues Tecnos run of affordable yet quality phones. Tecno went with a glass and metal body, which is surprising as phones this price are almost always plastic. It measures 164.2 x 76.1 x 8.15 and weighs a moderate 175 grams. 

At the back, the cameras are a trio, along with the LED flash. The fingerprint scanner is placed just left of the camera setup. The power button and volume rockers are on the right side, while the sim tray and microSD slot is on the left. However, the Camon 12 Air is quite prone to scratching, so you should probably get a case for it.

The display measures in at 1600X768 pixels on the IPS HD+ display. The colors are popping and the screen brightens pretty well when used outdoors. The pixel density of 269 ppi isn’t a lot, but this is compensated for by the IPS screen.

An SoC Mediatek Helio A22 powers this device, supporting the 3GB RAM. It’s not the best, but its expected, for its price point. The device performs as expected, easily capable of handling mundane tasks but might be strained under higher demands such as games like PUBG. You might have to lower the game settings in order to play without lag. It is definitely not designed for gaming.

For cameras, we get three: 16MP main camera, a 5MP wide angle sensor and a 2MP depth sensor, similar to other tri-camera phones in the range. In good light, the camera performs well with very little grain. The performance drops when the light is lower. 

The 8MP camera in front shoots quite well, and like the front camera, performs well in the right lighting conditions.

Thanks to the phone’s power efficiency, the device’s battery performs well. With its 4000mAh of power, you can get over a day of regular use and over eight hours of heavy use.

The Tecno Camon 12 Air is available for N57,000 on Jumia.

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Written by Femiexe

Tech and finance writer. When he's not prancing around with his two dogs, he's headbanging to heavy metal in existential angst.

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