WHY NOT FERO? Smartphones at 40% discount
...top 4 hottest Fero phones that will save you 40% in value
The scepticism about some latest phone brands can be understood in terms of doubt of its durability, functionality and ease of maintenance against its price value. However, contrary to general opinion about entry of Fero smartphones into Nigeria, it is one that has been active in the African market for a while, though it has only been in the Nigerian market for less than seven years.
Fero is a product from the UAE but manufactured in Hong-Kong. Besides the usual household names that have earned some ease of purchase due to pedigree, it should be easy to buy a mobile device with good battery life, functionality and affordable prices with almost 40% value saved.
Let’s highlight some of the hottest Fero mobile phones you should consider:
Fero Royale X2
The first to consider among the Fero smartphones is the Royale X2. If there is one reason to consider purchasing the 4G-enabled, 5.2-inch screen model, then it has to be the impressive battery life. It has with 4000mah, with only the Infinix products equating to that battery quality. Its a dual SIM (hybrid) and its equally as fast as most of its counterparts with an amazing 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory expandable to 64GB and operates on an Android 7.0 Nougat secured with fingerprint security. For the camera lovers, a phone with 13mp and 8mp bank and front cameras respectively at just ₦37,000 is an amazing deal with phones of similar features/specifications go for over ₦50,000. Purchasing this at any of the Fero outlets earns you an additional gift of a headphone.
Fero Royale Y2
This is a slightly wider model with 5.5-inch screen size and a little lower battery capacity of 3900mAh compared to the X2 model, similarly operating on an Android 7.0 Nougat. Its operating system runs on a 2GB RAM and internal memory of 16GB, but with the better front camera of 13mp which is the same for the back camera. All these functionalities go for a thousand naira less compared to the X2 phone at just ₦36,000.
Fero Pace 2
The 5.5-inch screen, dual SIM model also boasts of amazing battery life with a 4000mAh and an operating speed of 2GBRAM built on an Android 7.0 nougat. Its internal memory of 16GB (expandable to 32GB) will require a little upgrade for satisfactory use but its display quality of 13MP front and back camera makes it a great camera phone at just ₦32,000.
The Vibe model is one of the best of the Fero smartphones. It surprisingly runs on the latest Android 8.1 Oreo Go edition but the battery capacity isn’t as fantastic as the X2 or Y2 models, sitting at just 3200mAh. The camera quality is 8mp and 5mp back (with flashlight) and front respectively. Even though its operating speed is not as great with 1GB RAM and a 16GB inbuilt memory, the 5.45 inch screen model boasts of a face unlock security feature and sells for just ₦26,000, which is a great deal with other phones that cost about 40% more.
The challenge here is the brand’s credibility and not the quality, which is stellar. But every trusted phone in the Nigerian market today was once a new product. It’s without a doubt worth every try with the price tag. Seriously, why not Fero?