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Microsoft plans to cooperate with Shenzhen manufacturers to launch for Africa, making it more and more widely used. Low end

Microsoft is planning to use its own windows phone operating system to develop new smart and tablet computers for the African market, so as to meet the huge demand of the African market

Fernando de Sousa, general manager of Microsoft's Africa project, said on January 30 that Microsoft would cooperate with its technical partners from Shenzhen to launch a smart phone with a price of $75 to $100 this year. He declined to disclose further information, and these products have not yet been publicly released

he said: this will be a global release. Africa will be the main consumer market, and the growth rate of smart users in Africa is faster than that in other parts of the world

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China such as Lenovo and Huawei ● award level: the second prize of national technological invention manufacturers are also focusing on the Internet equipment market in Africa. According to a report released by Ernst & Young in 2014, as of the end of last year, 1/5 African residents have connected with the application of metal tensile testing machine in the mechanical property test of bolt fasteners, and most of them use mobile devices. This proportion is higher than 10% in 2010

african operators such as MTN group and Vodacom group are developing intelligence priced below $100 to strengthen data business revenue. Such intelligence provides e-commerce, social media, and streaming music services to the growing middle-class users

Microsoft has launched the 4afrika project, selling low prices to the African market, and investing in African Education and technology companies. Desoza said last Thursday that the focus is to provide excellent user experience and full support for cloud computing services, while considering the diversity of choices and prices

Microsoft is investing in some start-ups to develop relevant applications, and cooperating with Ghana's Internet service providers to develop unused radio and television bands. Desoza said that this project will provide low-cost mobile Internet services to students of koforidua Polytechnic University in Ghana. Microsoft also plans to extend this band technology to other universities in Ghana to help students with research and work

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