Xiaomi Nigeria has released the list of Xiaomi stores in Nigeria and service centers. I must say I am very impressed with this move. This means Xiaomi is here to stay.
Last month they launched the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi 7, the latest smartphones in the new Redmi brand.
- 1 List of Xiaomi Stores In Nigeria
- 1.1 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Lagos
- 1.2 Xiaomi Service Centers/ Stores in Oyo (Ibadan)
- 1.3 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kwara (Ilorin)
- 1.4 Xiaomi Service Centers/ Stores in Abuja
- 1.5 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Delta (Asaba)
- 1.6 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Rivers
- 1.7 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Delta(Warri)
- 1.8 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kano
- 1.9 Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kaduna
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- 1.11 Related
According to the Head of Expansion Marketing, Xiaomi Global, Steven Wang –
“Redmi Note is one of Xiaomi’s most popular series, “Redmi Note 7 truly illustrates our philosophy of innovation from everyone because of its amazing performance and attractive price. Partnering with Jumia, we’re very excited today to bring Redmi Note 7 and Redmi 7 to our customers in Nigeria.”
List of Xiaomi Stores In Nigeria
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Lagos
- 18, Kodesho street opposite computer village gate, Ikeja, Lagos
- 16, Saka Tinubu Steet, Victoria Island, Lagos
- Water Front Complex, Plot 8 Block 12E, Admiralty Way, Lekki, Phase 1
Xiaomi Service Centers/ Stores in Oyo (Ibadan)
- Golden Age Plaza (YAMAHA Plaza), Plot 125, Magazine Rad, Jericho, Ibadan
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kwara (Ilorin)
- 199, Ibrahim Taiwo road, Promo plaza, Ilorin
Xiaomi Service Centers/ Stores in Abuja
- Discovery Mall, Str. Adetokunbo Ademola, Wuse 2 Abuja
- Alexandria Cresent, Behind Banex Plaza Abuja
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Delta (Asaba)
- 23 Ibusa road, beside winners chapel, Asaba
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Rivers
- 30 Str. Okporo Road, off Aba road, Near Artilary st., Port Harcourt, River State
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Delta(Warri)
- Shop H29, Block, Robinson plaza, Warri
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kano
- 18D, Civic center road, Kano
Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kaduna
- L30/31, Mangal Plaza, Leventis area, Kaduna
I’ll update this list if New stores are added
Press Release : Kabiru Rabiu Launches Hollaport App
Kabiru Rabiu, Group Executive Director of Bua Group, a leading Nigerian conglomerate held the soft launch of Hollaport, a payment and messaging mobile application he founded on Saturday July 6th at the Tech Park Zone, Gbagada, Lagos.
At an event attended by the Nigerian technology players, the media and friends & family, the founder of Hollaport explained that the journey of the App started about 2 years ago and was borne of the need to ease transaction and increase financial inclusion in Nigeria. He went on to explain that the app will evolve into an expanded platform with added features that will make it exciting and extremely convenient to transfer money and make payments not only in Nigeria but throughout the African continent.
The app is a multi-layered messaging and financial technology platform on which people can send and receive money using their phone contacts. Other features on the App include airtime top-up; cable, electricity and data subscription; and paycode – a technology that enables recipient withdraws cash from an ATM without the need to have a card or bank account.
Financial Inclusion is a major issue in Nigeria, with over half of the adult population being unbanked and only a fraction of the banked using technology in their processes. Seeing this disconnect, Hollaport Technologies aims to reduce the learning curve associated with mobile applications and has taken time to develop a lifestyle tool that can fit in all areas of life, while maintaining ease-of-use.
“The question has never been one of when, but of how– and this is the gap we intend to fill in the Nigerian market” said Micheal Olowojesiku, Hollaport’s General Manager.
Despite the simple user-interface,The app is packed with features such as media functionalities where you can send photos, videos and documents. Users can request or send money within the chat area for a seamless experience and can also pay bills, utilities and make subscriptions.
Over 85% of Nigerian adults own a mobile device, 103 million have active internet subscriptions, and a large percentage of this data size have a presence on social media. The app aggregates instant messaging features with financial technology to ensure the app is as relevant as it is functional.
The app is available on both the Google Playstore and the iOS Appstore, and can also be downloaded at www.hollaport.net/downloads
How Multiple Cameras Work On Android And iOS Smartphones
How multiple cameras work on smartphones have always been a question on the minds of most people and 2019 is the year of multiple cameras and many if not all smartphone brands have released phones with multiple cameras. You’ve probably seen the Nokia 9 Pureview with 5 cameras and the Huawei P30 Pro that comes with 4 cameras (40MP + 20MP +12MP +TOF Camera) and 50x optical zoom.
These two devices come with crazy specifications but I won’t go into that right now, maybe in another post.
However, have you ever tried covering the main camera of your device with a dual camera?
If you haven’t, try doing that right now.
You’ll notice you are actually blocking the whole camera. That leaves the question – What do the secondary cameras do and how do they work.
How Multiple Cameras Work
Now I want you to understand this. Most OEMs have other uses of their secondary camera other than the ones I’m going to mention below. These are just the basic functions of the secondary camera.
The secondary camera improves the overall clarity of the image with the help of a “Monochrome” feature. The secondary camera only records the black and white version of the image. With the help of the Monochrome sensor, the primary camera measures how much light is coming from the point of focus.
Previously (with the exception of the Google Pixel 3), the primary camera in smartphones normally handled the measurement so there was a very high possibility of losing some detail while measuring light intensity since it would still need to work on the color filtering.
So this extra burden is handled by the second camera which takes care of that area. Combining the monochrome image which has detailed information about the light and sharpness with the colored image that was captured by the primary camera will produce a rich and detailed image.
In some phones, the secondary camera acts as the zoom lens. Huawei uses their cameras on the P30 Pro a bit differently but going into the entire details might end up making this post a bit lengthy and a bit boring for people who aren’t hardcore techies so I’d try to keep this balanced. However, if you’d like to see that in another post do let me know in the comments.
So that’s basically how multiple cameras work on smartphones