20/09/2017

Google N13,000 Ice 2 Smartphone has Finally Been Launched in Nigeria -



Do you still remember the N13,000 smartphone Google promised to launch in Nigeria? It is finally available for purchase.


The Ice 2 Freetel is not a Google smartphone, but Google partnered with a Japanese smart phone brand TD Mobile, to launch the smartphone in Nigeria dubbed as Freetel Ice 2.

The smartphone has been launched and its Google GMS certified, meaning that the device meets Google’s performance requirements and properly runs Google Apps. Also in partnership with MTN and comes  pre-loaded with MTN’s latest apps including MTN Music Plus.

In addition, all customers who buy the device will enjoy double data bonus on every data bundle they buy for three months

The device is also pre-loaded with World reader’s free e-library of 50,000 e-books – an app that enables Nigerians to read their favorite book at no cost.

Highlight of the Freetel Ice 2
4.0" TFT Capacitive Touch Screen
8 GB Storage, MicroSD up to 32 GB
2 MP Back Camera, 0.3 MP Front Camera
Dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 1GB RAM
Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)
Li-ion 1350 mAh Battery,
Dual SIM support

Check the full specifications here

The phone is affordable will go well with the Nigerian market.  Check it out on Konga for just N13,000.

Will you buy this smartphone?


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23 comments :

  1. this is a OK phone for a low range user #engr wale

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  2. Nice one. If they will not increase the price.

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  3. Nice one. Where can I get it?

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    1. I have one for sale if you are in Port Harcourt. Contact me on 09025389187

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  4. Prof, kindly note that Freetel Ice 2 Plus and goes for 27k while Freetel Ice 2 is 13k with lower spec... thanks for the headsup though!

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    1. Hello Rasak,
      Note that I'm making reference to Freetel Ice 2 Google GMS certified and not Freetel Ice 2 Plus.

      Freetel ice 2 GMS certified comes with 5.5inch and Android 7 nougat out of the box.

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    2. The specs of the phone is wrong prof as regards the screen size. It's a 4 incher! It's a 4 inch device and not 5.5 inches. It's on jumia too. Thank God i didn't place the order. Who needs a 4 incher?

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    3. @Akinwale, You are right... ICe2 is diff from Ice 2 Plus. 4.0 isn't what we bargain for.

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  5. I take comfort from the fact that it is Google certified.

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    1. it's still a low end device

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  6. There's nothing fascinating about the phone. They should have made the battery very strong since it will not be performing hardcore functions.

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  7. would love to get this. nice specs

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  8. Decent specs for the price. It can act as a spare phone for me

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  9. 13k ? . for that price no one show complain about d specs . jusk OK
    commenting from Nueltech.com

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  10. @Joel for that price i think is still admirable inspite low ba3 capacity but is something 4low range users

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  11. Saw it on Konga but d spec is just too watery especially battery of 1300mah

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  12. Pls whats the Android version that it's running on and I think they should still bring down the price with these specifications at least the poor can afford it.

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