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African Startup, Onyx Connect, Makes a $30 Smartphone

Onyx Connect, a South Africa based start-up, will start the mass production of the first smartphone made in Africa for just $30 next month.

African Startup, Onyx Connect, Makes a $30 Smartphone
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