Verona Mankou launches an improved version of its Made in Africa touch pad

Boubacar Diallo

Verona Mankou continues to assert itself as the African pioneer in the manufacturing of mobile terminals. The young Congolese has just launched, on May 23, 2016, 5 years after his Way-C 3G tablets, a new graphics tablet called Elikia HD.

This new model was presented on the Verona Mankou Facebook account. As its name suggests, the new tablet has High Definition technology, which is not found on Way-C tablets. But this is not the only evolution brought by the model. The Elikia HD model incorporates a 7.58-inch screen, a 16 GB internal memory expandable to 32 GB with a memory card, but also a front camera and a 5-megapixel rear camera. Verona Mankou has also announced that this model has a much greater autonomy than that of the Way-C. Elikia HD tablets will be available on the market from May 30, at a price of 99,900 FCFA. But its manufacturer has provided a facility for students who would like to purchase this tablet. They can buy it by paying a daily sum of 500F

Source: ecceafrica

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