L-R: The Director, Standards and Network Integrity, Nigerian Communication Commissions, Engr. Fedilis Onah unveiling ranges of eclipse smart devices being distributed by Pumoh Exclusive Online Services in Lagos ...recently

Technology shops in Nigeria will be hosting new device stands as United Kingdom-based brand, Eclipse hits the market with wide range of smart devices.

The just released devices which include two tablets, two smartphones, one feature phone, and one smart watch are to be exclusively distributed in Nigeria and Africa by Pumoh Exclusive Online Services, a Nigeria based online shopping mall.

Unveiling the products recently in Lagos, Director, Standards and Network Integrity, Nigerian Communication Commissions, NCC, Mr. Fidelis Onah, pointed out that the new products had scaled necessary checks and test, thus, certified okay for the Nigerian market.

Managing Director of Pumoh, Mr. Umoh Adigwupu noted that the new range of smart devices were set to revolutionise the mobile technology market as they parade value-packed features that would help users enjoy seamless experience from personal entertainment to business functionality.

Adigwupu said, “Eclipses come with extra value for the user and product testing has passed through thorough quality control processes to ensure users enjoy great aesthetics, high-level functionality, super-durability and portability. The table range includes the Eclipse Tab 7 and Eclipse Tab 9. Both runs on upgradable Android operating system and the slates are handy, sleek, feather-weight and very easy to carry and handle.

“One marked feature is its crystal clear screen and dual-facing camera with super-predictive moves. With an unbeatable battery life of up to 7 days and Andriod 5.1 Lollipop operating system, the Ice 2 will be a force to reckon with in the African smart phone market”.

The smart watch, according to the Pumoh boss, promises user-friendliness, non-invasive display, attractive design, and easy connectivity with other devices as well as effective security.

“The core objective of introducing the Eclipse range of smart devices into the Nigerian and African markets is to make life easier for users. In a world where things are moving at supersonic speed, with creativity throwing up interesting innovations, people need smart mobile technology that can simplify their day-to-day activities and make lives easier even while increasing their productivity,” Adigwupu stated.