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Rlg unveils Uhuru Classic

Rlg over the weekend unveiled its latest smartphone, the Uhuru Classic, onto the market in Keeping with the desire to remain an industry leader.
The much-talked about innovative piece was launched on the company’s website www.rlgglobal.com, becoming one of the few to choose that as an option.
The Uhuru Classic is described as lightweight in size, heavyweight in style. It runs on Android 4.2.1, comes with crystal clear videos, photos and audio; and has dual camera (front 2.0MP and on the rear 8.0MP).
The phone has a long-hour Standby Battery and a super vibrant 4.7 HD LCD with WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS connectivity and a 1GB RAM.
“The Uhuru Classic is a living proof that not all phones are created the equal”, Ashraf Kanjo, Digital Marketing Manager of Rlg Global remarked.
This super-advanced masterpiece is manufactured to define innovation and creativity with its incredible design and features.
It supports multi-language, can store up to 1,000 contacts and another 1,000 free memory space for messages with a 1,800maAh battery capability.
A unique feature of this phone is that users can have their names engraved on their phones when it is pre-ordered on the manufacturer’s website (www.rlgglobal.com). Another exciting thing is the personalised phones which are in limited quantity come in only gold colour even though the uhuru classic itself comes in various colours. (www.rlgglobal.com).
“A personalized mobile device should guarantee the privacy of its owner, which includes watching what you want when you want, where you want, without prying eyes. That is the very essence of limitless freedom which is granted by this latest device”, said Alex Lu, Global Head of Rlg.
Uhuru Classic otherwise known as the “King of swag” has been recommended for high profile professionals who yearn to experience tomorrow's innovations today.
The Uhuru Classic makes it onto the market two years after the highly successful detachable Uhuru laptop revolutionised technology on the continent.
The new uhuru range of smart phones comes after series of rigorous development and research as well as market surveys and customer satisfaction interactions, and is therefore expected to fill vacuum created by other brands.
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