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Former Apple CEO Builds Obi Worldphone, A Cheaper Alternative To The iPhone.

Apple’s Former CEO John Sculley teamed up with a group of designer and former Apple alumni, Robert Brunner, to build a new smartphone called the ‘Obi Worldphone’. 
The idea was “to create no-compromise smartphones designed in Silicon Valley using top-tier components but sold for under $200”. This would appeal to consumers who want a high quality product at a lower price. 

Obi Worldphone 2

The SF1 and the lower-end SJ1.5 are the two flagship model that was released and they run on Android. Yes Android!

Obi Worldphone 3

With eight-core Qualcomm 615 processor, an elevated 5-inch screen, 13-megapixel Sony-made camera, Dolby Audio surround sound and encased in an elegant unibody. The 16GB model is priced at US$199, while the 32GB is at US$249.

Obi Worldphone 4

Obi plans to sell to markets that are less saturated by leading smartphone companies, hence targeting countries like Nigeria and South Africa instead of the U.S. and Europe. 


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