Talking Transsion, Android vs iPhone and Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 with Nendo's Mark Kaigwa
Nendo Founder and CEO Mark Kaigwa explains why the music streaming service Boomplay is thriving in Africa and how Transsion's African digital domination strategy seems to be coming together nicely.
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Following a sunny Johannesburg lunch al fresco, Nendo Founder and CEO Mark Kaigwa and Andile Masuku chat about a few consumer tech issues that are currently trending in their lives.
Listen in to learn why the music streaming service Boomplay is thriving in Africa, how Transsion's African digital domination strategy seems to be coming together nicely, why Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 smartphone is shaking things up in the global high-end mobile device market, and why Mark and Andile feel obliged to weigh the pros and cons of switching back to Android devices after several years of being iPhone users.
Resource referenced in this episode:
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Image credit: Xavier Wendling