The SOLO company was launched in 2014 to leverage end-to-end content delivery and phones to increase value proposition for customers and drive smartphone adoption in Africa. SOLO Music users get to stream and download from a library with 20 million international and local music tracks for free.
To provide increased value, SOLO recently introduced the ; the latest smartphone from SOLO. It is a mid-range smartphone and Nigeria’s first contract phone. With ₦4,150 customers can own a smartphone. The SOLO Aspire M was launched in conjunction with two partners; Airtel Nigeria and RenMoney Microfinance Bank.
The SOLO Complete Package has Airtel Nigeria as its default service provider. Subscribers pay ₦4,150 monthly for an unlimited social media bundle, 1 GB of data, 60 minutes talk time and 60 free monthly SMS for the 12-month period.
Though its features are not too impressive, it is the first of its kind in Nigeria.
- Android 5.1 Lollipop
- Quad Core Processor
- 5′ TFT LCD Display
- 5MP Back and 2MP Selfie Cameras
- 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory
- Dual Micro SIM slots
- 1,800 mAh removable battery.
- It comes with soft gold and warm silver color
The SOLO Aspire M is in a blue and black slide box
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