A Johannesburg company will build Africa’s first homegrown smartphones — Quartz

Johannesburg-based Onyx Connect is betting on local talent to build affordable Android-based smartphones for the African market after inking a software licensing deal with Google. After receiving a 150-million rand ($11 million) investment from undisclosed investors, the company hopes to start making the new phones as soon as next year. To date, Onyx has produced…

melalui A Johannesburg company will build Africa’s first homegrown smartphones — Quartz

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