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23 Apr 2019
There's a potential war brewing in the smartphone market in Nigeria. OPPO, the fourth largest smartphone maker in the world is set to launch its OPPO F11 pro on April 26. The launch comes just two days after rivals Xiaomi would have launched Redmi Note 7 in the country. https://twitter.com/XiaomiNigeria/status/1113753385184849920   https://twitter.com/oppomobileng/status/1120622332551286784   Both Chinese…

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