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Latest Nokia Models

Nov 25,2019 at 06:45 am By Oliver



Nokia 6.2

Every smartphone enthusiast’s calendar has two major annual events – Mobile World Congress (MWC) held in Barcelona Spain and the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) held in Berlin Germany.

As of this writing, the latter event is ongoing until September 11. So far, the tradeshow has already witnessed the official debut of TCL into the smartphone market and the launch even more Nokia-branded Android One phones. It is the latter that is of our interest.

At the MWC 2019 earlier this year, HMD Global was in Spain to unveil four new Nokia phones – the Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 1 Plus. Six months later, the Finnish company has unveiled two more phones in Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2.

These two are the third-generation Nokia phones here to succeed the Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 6.1 from 2018. They pack in some solid specs and cool features highlighted by....... Read More

1. Faster Processor

The iPhone 7 features a new A10 Fusion 64-bit processor with four-cores that integrates two high-efficient cores. This translates to using less battery power during use. It also has better graphics performance while using less power than previous iPhones.

The iPhone 7 runs up to two times faster than the iPhone 6 which uses the A9 Processor.


2. Higher Storage Capacity

The iPhone 7 now gives you up to 256 GB of storage. Other options are 32 GB and 128 GB. For the jet black iPhone you only get a choice of either the 128 GB or the 256 GB storage choices.

The higher storage capacity is great for anyone who doesn't want to always depend on cloud storage and instead store backups locally as well as install more apps from the Apple Store.

3. Better Camera and Brighter screen

The iPhone 7 comes with two rear-facing cameras using DSLR (Digital Single-Lens....... Read More

Suppose you’re a consumer looking for a new smartphone and you’ve not already purchased a Galaxy S7, the Galaxy J7 Prime might be your best bet. Here are 7 reasons why a person might want this smartphone. This device isn’t actually the most powerful smartphone in Samsung’s collection, but it’s price tradeoff with features is definately unmatched within the Samsung family brand.

Here are the reasons that got us most excited.

1. Build and Design

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has the same basic aesthetic as Samsung’s top-selling Galaxy S line. Samsung hasn’t messed up the look and feel of this new device just because its price is lower than its relatives. The phone has a metal build with the front being protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The edges of the glass blend smoothly into the body, leaving no prominent edges.

2. Fingerprint Scanner

Like most high end....... Read More

At a time when the smartphone market is already saturated in Kenya, it is always a breath of fresh to get something different and unique, not to mention agile.

I’m talking about the all-new sleek beauty from ASUS, the Zenfone 3.

The Zenfone 3 is clearly an extraordinary smartphone for anyone looking for an extraordinary experience. It packs a full 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution screen with more display and less bulky.

At first glance, the phone has a very premium-like look and feel. That's because it is.


The camera is likewise extraordinary. The 16MP beast with a large 2.0 focus aperture also includes image stabilization. A color correction sensor also ensures you get true color photography without losing the authenticity of the scene.A fingerprint sensor has also been added to the device ensuring only you have access to the phone.


The new Zenfone 3 is no....... Read More


Oct 15,2015 at 06:34 am By David

Kenyatronics - Keep Your Child Safe Online

Whether you are a parent or not, it is a fact that the majority of kids today will have access to a smart mobile device at an early age. However, the questions on most parents’ minds are:

  • How young is too young?
  • Is my child ready for a smartphone or tablet?
  • What are the safety precautions to keep in mind?

When Not to Buy a Smartphone for Your Child

Kenyatronics - When Should Purchase a Smartphone?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), you should not encourage media use for children under 2 years old. The brain develops better through unstructured playtime and human interaction and heavy media usage under 2 is a risk to language development of your child.

Even when a child is ready to be introduced to a smart device, it is also advisable not to do so at a go. Granting access to media should be done one step at a time.  Kids are generally tech-savvy and can be awfully persuasive. They have their own ideas....... Read More