In my experience in this business of selling these gadgets, there is question that has been echoed over and over hope this discussion helps.
phone 2There are several and similar products on the market from various venders or producers, some very expensive and some at a relative price depending on who is looking at it. Some of those products are considered ‘top brands’ because the manufactures command a big size of the market, the manufacturers have spent a long time in the business among other reasons.
Due to the above, these top brands also come with a huge price tag on them. Some of the examples of these brands may include Sony, LG, Samsung, Philips among others, however these brand have areas where they specialize; for example, Philips and LG are more known for production of home appliances whereas Samsung and Sony are better known for production of hand devices, mainly smart phones.
So do I need to pay extra because of just a brand?
Well it depends on who you are? ,how much you have to spend? and what features you want on the gadget you intend to buy?
I have a work colleague that wanted a phone that had good storage, a good camera at a good price and he purchased a tecno c9, it had all he wanted so he actually cared less about the brand but he cared more about what he wanted in a phone.
However, given the availability of resources he would buy an LG G4 that has all he needed and much more, these top brand are actually good devices but in most cases they are very expensive yet there are alternative brands that are less know but work the same in some aspects compared to the top brands.
wonderBut why the brand?
Confidence in Experience
Consumers generally buy a product for the first time in hopes that it provides a quality experience. They hope a computer works efficiently and helps them perform personal or work tasks effectively.
Social Acceptance
People have a desire to fit in, whether at school, work or in social circles. For this reason, people sometimes buy brands because they believe the brands will contribute to greater social acceptance.
Over time, consumers develop loyalty to brands that provide a consistent, high-quality experience. Loyalty is essentially an emotional attachment to a brand.
Personal Image
Just as company or product brands have identities, people do as well. Some people buy certain brands to support their personal or professional image.  provides it all visit the site for all you need

This is the first time I had done online shopping. I had never tried this before because of the fear of theft and fraud. From lots of exploring and advice by some friends I finally decided to give this a try. If you are careful enough to know about the authenticity of the website and read the terms and regulations well you will not fall into wrong hands.

So I made this purchase from, I had my doubts when I saw the huge price tags for some products which were available locally at a cheaper price. So I was comparing prices here and there before making up my mind. So if you are planning to buy from, keep this in mind.

Am a resident of Masindi in western Uganda, and when I saw advertisements of on Facebook and their prices were very low, I felt I should give it a try. But what I desired was a smart phone which was a Sony xepria phone that had a price tag of 650,000 Ugandan shillings, the tricky part was I had to first send the money and get assurance over a phone and email that I will receive my product here in Masindi. This is because the cash on delivery policy works for areas in Kampala and its suburbs as well as jinja.

But I was lucky when I received the call the gentleman on the other side introduced himself as Ahimbisbwe grace, I knew I had read that somewhere in the newspapers of the daily monitor dated 30th December 2016(sqoop) so I developed trust in the person and sent the money to the company’s mobile money account.

I received my product in record time because in not later than 24 hours I had received my product in Masindi and my work collogues that had suggested that I had been corned were surprised. online shopping requires you choosing a company you can trust and can be trusted

There are some small, simple gadgets that are of great importance in our day today lives but we often think they are useless

The other day I visited the site and saw some of these amazing gadgets, and I thought I should share with you their uses, enjoy;


Technology has over the years tried to come up with solutions to the problem of darkness, with production of bright and big lights so that we could see in the dark.

But few of those light sources are small enough to fit in your pockets, colorfully enough to be in your favorite coluor , flexible to turn in all directions with ease and to make it better producing led bright light ,if there are there, the prices are way above the 10,000ugsh mark.

So I bring you the USB xiaomi led light at only 9500 Ugandan shillings from, this device is a huge bargain if you look at what it can do and the price at which its listed.

My advice, purchase one while stock is still available, you will thank me latter, only at the best online retail shop in Uganda




Well this is not a childish nor luxurious device as some of you may think, it is a handy device as we are going to see;

Have you ever been in one of our taxis and all of the sudden the oxygen you are breathing changes taste, sorry I mean smell? and people pull out papers and try to wave off the bad air to try and solve the situation but instead worsen it. Well has come up with a simple yet effective solution and it will cost you less than 10,000.







Over the years we have seen several advancements in technologies that saw the introduction of power extensions that enabled the use of various devices from one power source.

Now we bring you the USB hub or extension works the same way as your power extension, the only difference is that this one is for your computer, so that you can use several flash disks, and many other usb enabled devices on your computer at the same time.

In most cases the most USB ports a computer may have is 5 ports, imagine having a hub that has 7extra ports with a memory card slot. That’s amazing, right? at only 25,000 Ugandan shillings will make this a reality.

On many occasions when valetine’s day comes around, the most left out group is our kids, we assume it’s none of their business and in all our plans all we talk about is who is staying with the kids? but well has come to change all that this valentines,

Mom or daddy  you can buy your daughter, son or even a relative’s kid this amazing kid’s educational tablet, which currently is on offer at 290,000 Ugandan shillings only, the tablets come in four colours  , that is green, pink ,blue and orange. Uggadgets staff help you customize your tablets according to the age and needs of the child.

The tablet is most suitable for ages 2 to around 12 years that is primary seven, we call it educational cause the tab itself is a teacher to your son or daughter in additional to being a play  tool, now that’s worth a purchase.

Stop saying that buying this tablet is a waste of money, and adding that the kids are going to break the tab in matter of days, rather ask yourself how many times has your kid held your phone and broken it? well I guess what am saying is, kids these days are more careful than when we were kids.

So surprise your kid this valentine day with this amazing product from , you can even order online the product will be delivered to you, payment is on delivery, terms and conditions apply.

Let your kid be your valentine, come Feb 14 , uggaddgets  is there to create memorable moments for you and your kids.


As you look for which gift you want to give to your lover this valentine’s day , several ideals may come to your mind ,let me chip in this too, how about buying him or her a phone? Don’t worry about prices has got that covered.

There are several hand devices on market in this month of love, if you are still looking for which hand device (phone) you should give to your lover, here is detailed look at some phones that should be on your shopping list this month .

HTC one M7

With a whopping 32gb of storage, ultra HD camera, 4.7 inch full HD display screen ,9.3 mm of thinness, and android of 4.1.2 jerry bean and upgradeable   to 5.1 lollipop, who would want to miss out on this device, if your are still wondering if its single line, yes its single line and the most amazing thing is that it’s on an offer with at 440,000 only


Well when you are looking for uniqueness at an affordable price, look no further than an LG phone. In this case LG G3, with a 13mp camera and 2.1 selfie camera, 16gb storage for all those amazing photos you have taken, the G3 comes with 5.5-inch screen full HD, 3000mAh removable battery, isn’t that amazing? well you can get this amazing phone at only 600000 ugshs from

Samsung note 3

There is that mind set in most people that Samsung products are expensive, well has come to change that, you can get the monster of a device for your girlfriend, wife, husband or your son or daughter at only 700,000 Ugandan shillings.

With a huge screen of 5.7” s, full HD (ladies am speaking your mind) 13mp for camera, 16gb of storage with a memory card slot what more would you require from phone


USB On-The-Go, often abbreviated to USB OTG or just OTG, is a specification first used in late 2001 that allows USB devices, such as tablets or smartphones, to act as a host, allowing other USB devices, such as USB flash drives, digital cameras, mice or keyboards, to be attached to them. Use of USB OTG allows those devices to switch back and forth between the roles of host and device. For instance, a mobile phone may read from removable media as the host device, but present itself as a USB Mass Storage Device when connected to a host computer.

In other words, USB OTG introduces the concept of a device performing both master and slave roles – whenever two USB devices are connected and one of them is a USB OTG device, they establish a communication link. The device controlling the link is called the master or host, while the other is called the slave or peripheral.

What You Can Do with USB OTG

Connect Flash Drives and External Hard Drives


Obviously, external storage is at the top of this list. Just plug it in and you’ll be ready to go. USB drives are the easiest to connect, while external hard drives may or may not work. Portable hard drives that draw power from the Android won’t always work, but external drives with their own power source work just fine.

You’ll need these drives to be in FAT32 format, as NTFS doesn’t work perfectly every time. To quickly mount and unmount flash drives, download StickMount from the Play Store.

Play With Video Game Controllers


The Xbox 360 Controller works fantastically with Android devices with USB OTG. It’s literally as simple as plug-and-play to start gaming with a controller. Of course, you will need to be playing games that are made to be used with a controller, like the Asphalt 8: Airborne racing game or Modern Combat 5, which is an awesome paid game you can download for free.

Control Android with Keyboards and Mice


Android’s open nature makes it easy to connect just about anything to it. If you want to use your tablet as a laptop, a keyboard and mouse is integral to the experience. You’ll be happy to know that Android works well with most wireless and wired keyboards and mice.Can You Use a Tablet as a Laptop? The Essential Apps and Gear Can You Use a Tablet as a Laptop? The Essential Apps and GearWant to use your Android tablet as a laptop replacement?


Print Directly from a Printer


Much like keyboards, printers with a standard plug-and-play USB work darn well with Android devices, so you can start printing without requiring a wireless connection and without transferring anything to a PC first.

Weirdly, the “Mass Storage” mode didn’t work for me, but your mileage may vary. If you want to print photos and documents, you will have to switch to PTP (Photo to Photo) mode in your USB connection.

Control Your DSLR Camera

Photographers will love this one. Your Android device can be wired up to your DSLR camera and turned into a giant livescreen, complete with the ability to capture, focus, control shutter speed, and much more. It’s one of the most creative uses of an Android tablet.

You will need the DSLR Controller app, and ideally a Canon camera. It works with some Nikon and Sony cameras, but they aren’t officially supported. Plus, it’s a hefty $6.99 for the app, so before you buy it, read all about it on the official website.

Bluetooth is a wireless technology that uses radio waves to connect certain devices with each other. It’s used by millions worldwide. But have you ever wondered why it’s called Bluetooth? It may sound like a weird name to call this telecommunications technology, but there is actually a historical explanation to this. Read on to find out some interesting facts on Bluetooth technology


  1. It’s named after a Danish king. Harold “Blåtand” Gormsson, king of Denmark in the 10th century, loved blueberries so much that his teeth were perpetually blue. “Bluetooth” is simply an anglicized version of his nickname.
  2. The Logo ,When we open the Bluetooth on our computer devices, we encounter the familiar blue and white logo. Interestingly, the logo actually comprises two symbols, which are two letters representing the initials of none other than King Harald.
  3. Its range is much bigger than it used to be. Where the upper limit of its range used to be 10 feet or so, newer Bluetooth devices can communicate up to 100 feet.
  4. There are five different versions of it. The first version was called 1.1, which was followed by 1.2, 2.0 plus EDR, 3.0 plus HB and version 4. They are backwards-compatible with Bluetooth devices.
  5. It can be used with multiple devices. The newest version lets a single device act as “master” and communicate with up to seven “slaves” at once.
  6. It’s gained lots of popularity. In 2008, only 5% of mobile devices were Bluetooth-enabled. Compare that to today, when roughly 95% of mobile devices support it.

The latest TVs combine big, beautiful pictures with sleek, slender designs. When shopping, you’ll hear lots of tech terms thrown around, but you really only need to know a few things to find the ideal TV for your situation.What’s the best screen size for your room and viewing distance? ,Screen resolution: 1080p HD or 4K Ultra HD?,Display technology: LED-LCD or OLED?,2D or 3D? 3D movies are fun in a theater. Do you want that capability at home, too?, Which smart TV features are important to you?


Whether you’re shopping for your first TV or your twentieth, we have some tips to help you choose a set you’ll love watching for years.

Trying to narrow the choices down to a single best TV is difficult because “best” means different things to different people. These days it’s just about impossible to find a bad TV, but we’ll help you find the best TV for you.

Start with you…and your room

What do you like to watch? Movies? Sports? Are you a gamer?, How big is your room? How far will you be sitting from the TV? Are the room’s furnishings and layout “non-negotiable” or could you do some rearranging?, What’s the lighting situation like? Do you generally watch at night or during the day?, Answering these questions will get you closer to a great TV than trying to decipher all the hype, jargon and techspeak.

Screen size: How big is big enough?

When it comes to TV screen size the most common recommendation is “bigger is better” — and that’s good advice. Nothing will add more to your viewing enjoyment than a big screen. We sometimes hear from customers who wish they’d bought a larger TV, but we’re still waiting to hear from any folks who wish they’d chosen a smaller one. Get the biggest screen your room, viewing distance, and budget will accommodate.

Your viewing distance is really important, too

We field hundreds of questions every day from TV shoppers.The most frequently-asked question — right after screen size — is how far away from the screen to sit.

Our general recommendation for screen size is “go bigger,” and our advice for viewing distance is “sit closer.” Doing one or both will make viewing much more engaging.

For screen size/viewing distance recommendations for HDTVs and Ultra HD TVs, plus other helpful tips on room considerations, see our article on choosing screen size and placing your TV.

Shop by TV size

  • (Up t- 24″),     (25″ – 39),     (40″ -49″),   ( 50″ -59″),  (60″ – 69″),  ( 70″ – up)

If you’re considering an 80″ or larger screen, you may be a candidate for a home theater projector. See our article on how to choose a projector.

Important picture quality factors

When you’re shopping for a TV it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the techspeak, marketing jargon, and endless specs. There are only a handful of picture quality factors you really need to keep in mind.

Screen resolution: 1080p HD or 4K Ultra HD

Numbers like 1080p and 4K refer to a TV’s screen resolution — the more pixels a screen has the more picture detail it can show.

A 1080p TV screen is 1920 pixels across by 1080 pixels down, and when you multiply those numbers you get the total number of pixels, which is 2,073,600.

The latest screen resolution standard is officially known as Ultra High Definition, but is commonly just called “4K” because it’s roughly 4000 pixels across.

To be precise, a 4K TV screen is 3840 pixels across by 2160 down, for an impressive 8,294,400 total pixels — 4 times the resolution of 1080p.

1080p graphic4K graphic

Choosing between an HD or Ultra HD model was more difficult a couple of years ago, when 4K TVs cost way more than comparable HDTVs, and there wasn’t much 4K content to watch. But now that 4K models start around $500, and Netflix and Amazon stream many of their original series in 4K, there’s not much reason to consider an HD model, at least for your main TV.

Another big picture quality advantage of 4K TVs is HDR (High Dynamic Range). When you watch HDR-encoded video sources on an HDR-capable TV, you’ll see an extended range of picture contrast and color. The improvement can be dramatic, and is often more noticeable than the added detail of 4K. Shop our 4K/HDR TV selection, and see our in-depth article explaining HDR.

Which is your favourite OS now? Is it Windows, IOS or Android?  But which OS was used before 2003? Android was first created and tested in 2003 to revolutionize the concept of using super touch smartphones. As of 2013, Android operating system became the most popular and widely used OS around the world with more than 78 per cent of total phones manufactured.

Andy Rubin, co-founder of Danger along with Rich Miner, Nick Sears and Chris White founded Android Inc. in October 2003 at Palo Alto, California. The intention of founding this company was to build better operating system for cameras. When they found out low market segment for such products; they started creating smartphone OS to compete with Symbian and Windows OS popular back then.

After two years of establishment, Google grew interest in this company and was acquired in July 2005. After acquisition, the former team along with Googlers developed a platform for mobile computing in November 2007 with the release of very first Android OS, Alpha. This version was not commercialized, thus the name do not follow confectionery-themed name. Later in February 2009, the team released Android 1.1 named as Android Beta.

Have you ever noticed the names of Android Versions?  Each version is named after something sweet. They are actually Confectionery theme code based and in alphabetical order starting from A to  N.

  • A‘lpha Android 1.0
  • B‘eta Andriod  1.1
  • C’upcake Android 1.5
  • D’onut Android 1.6
  • E’clair Android 2.1.
  • F’royo Android 2.2.
  • G’ingerbread Android 2.3.
  • H’oneycomb Android 3.0.
  • I’ce Cream Sandwich Android 4.0.
  • J’elly Bean Android 4.1.
  • K’itKat Android 4.4.
  • L’olipop Android 5.0
  • M’arshmallow Android 6.0
  • N‘ougat Android 7.0

Android Alpha 1.0

Before beta version codes were developed, the alpha version was released within Google. This version was discussed and suggested to name it Astro Boy or Blender.

Android Beta 1.1

The beta version of Android was released on 5th November, 2004. This version was commercialized thus the day is celebrated as Android’s birthday.

Android Cupcake 1.5

Android with themed code name was released on 27 April 2009, as Android Cupcake with a greyish pink graphics. This version was released to Android powered devices in May 2009.

Android Donut 1.6

Android released this version at the end of the year 2009. The 1.6 update was developed by Google with additional new features than the older one. Android Donut is the first version to support text-to-speech function and supplementary screen sizes.

Android Éclair 2.0 – 2.1

The fifth update of Android, Éclair was released on 26th October 2009 with noteworthy changes. This version came up with changes in UI as well as functions. The camera app features for filters, gallery edit options, google search bar, and live wallpapers were introduced for the first time in history with this update.

Android Froyo 2.2

The sixth update next to Éclair was released on 20th May 2010 at Google I/O conference. Froyo was the upgraded version of Éclair with additional benefits. The USB tethering options, Wi-Fi hotspots, Android Cloud, Google chrome as default browser, Android shortcuts, etc. were included within this update. The most extraordinarily, this version of Android was customized to support installation of applications on secondary memory. Droid 2 was the first device to run on Android 2.2 Froyo.

Android Gingerbread 2.3.0 – 2.3.7

Google unveiled this version of Android in December 2010. This update was refined version of its precede Froyo. This version was optimized to work faster and be more efficient. The new improvements made were notification bar, menus, navigation system and other UI features. The first device to run Android Gingerbread was Nexus S, first phone of Google Nexus line.

Android Honeycomb 3.0 – 3.2

This version of Android was revealed in February 2011; was particularly designed for devices with larger screen. This update featured widgets, holographic UI and multi-tasking function. The first phone to run on Honeycomb was Motorola Xoom.

Android Ice-cream Sandwich 4.0.1 – 4.0.4

Android Ice-cream Sandwich was released next to Honeycomb in 19 October 2011 as Android 4.0. This version was developed combining the Honeycomb feature with Gingerbread version for smaller devices.

The features included in this update were changed home screen, updated chrome browser, background audio play, face recognition and tweaks to limit data usages. The first phone to run on Android 4.0 was Galaxy Nexus, Samsung nexus phone.

Android Jellybean 4.1 – 4.3

Android launched its featured OS framework on 27 June 2012 with similar UI of Android 1.0. The tweaks and changes were made in visual components, system settings and application support. The function to add shortcuts in home screen was first released with this version. Along with that, the function to expand notification panel, two-finger sensors, individual app notification, etc. features were released.

Android KitKat 4.4

Google launched Android KitKat version on 31st October 2013 with optimized UI, and default home screen. Initially, this version was codenamed as ‘Key Lime Pie’. With the discussion over name not being so fun and known to all, Google made a deal with Nestle for using KitKat as the name of new Android version.

This update came up with additional Google apps like Hangouts, Photos, etc. Apart from that, the OS version also came up with backdrop themed application drawer. The first phone to run Android KitKat is Nexus 5.

Android Lollipop 5.0 – 5.1.1

On 25th June 2014, at Google I/O conference, Android Lollipop was launched. However, the official update was available only on November 12 of same year. This update was optimized on interface and power efficiency. With high graphics rendering, Lollipop is not so power efficient. However, the software tweaks of Android Runtime replacing Dalvik is one major change made.

The major functional change made within the OS was the UI, which is known as Material design, animated app drawer, change in navigation style, change in notification panel, and some major tweaks for application runtime. The first phones to get Lollipop update was Nexus 6 and Android One.

Android Marshmallow 6.0 – 6.1

Android M was officially released on 5th October 2015. This update features ‘Google Now on Tap’ that allows users to search real time information shown in the display. Apart from that, the ‘Direct Share system’ allows users to interact with recent contacts info and applications. The very first smartphones to get Android Marshmallow updates were Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.

Android Nougat 7.0

The latest release of Android version is named as Android Nougat. The alpha version is released on March 9 2016 and is expected to release its official update and the end of this year.

Nougat is termed as the android update with notable changes. For the first time, this version comes with split-screen display mode supporting multi-window multi-tasking. Apart from that, this version comes with Data saving mode and battery saving mode as seen on Samsung Galaxy series.

Android O?

Google is updating Android system every year. So now for the forthcoming update, what would Android O refers to? We’ll know in time being.

On behalf of Our entire company, Management takes the privilege of thanking you for showing consistent confidence in our services. We would like to thank you for continuously selecting Uggadgets as Your online shopping Friend. You are truly one of the most loyal clients of our company and it has always been a sheer pleasure to serve you and your family.

The persistent feedback and encouragement which has been provided by you has greatly helped us in gaining in a lot of popularity. We have also been able to improve the quality of our services. Our services are such which mainly depends on “word of mouth” appreciation, and you have helped us achieve great record breaking sales. I take pride in letting you know that almost 13%of our business has been coming from your references. The efforts of our sales team have been actualized because of customers like you.

In response to your loyalty towards our company, we would like to present to you a small token of gratitude and love. A special 25,000 UGX  has been attached to this letter which you can use anytime. Your trust in us is very much appreciated, and we sincerely acknowledge your faithfulness.


Shopping Vocher: “LOYAL25”| Use this Coupon on Items atleast Above 250,000UGX

What is a tablet?

Tablets are slim touchscreen computer that work in a similar way to smartphones. Apple iPads are the tablets most people think of first, but various tech manufacturers are competing to produce the best tablet. Samsung, Google, Amazon and Microsoft all have tablets to rival Apple’s. Tablets tend not to come with keyboards, so they’re not perfect for a full day’s work. But they’re portable, turn on quickly and provide instant access to the internet. This makes them ideal for browsing the web, emailing and casual gaming.

Our Guide on Choosing the Tablet to Buy


Small 7-inch tablets

Smaller 7-inch tablets are great if you’re on a budget, or if portability is vital. Smaller tablets tend to come with cheaper price tags as Low as 240,000 UGX. If you want a light, easy-to-hold device. 10-inch tablets tend to be heavier, which can make your wrists ache when holding them up to read for more than 10 minutes. You want a portable device. 10-inch tablets are very portable, but they can’t fit into small bags or jacket pockets like their 7-inch equivalents can.
Pros: If you are looking for a cheap tablet that is good for web browsing and reading ebooks, a smaller tablet could be just the thing – 7-inch tablets tend to be cheaper.
Cons: It’s not just screen size that 7-inch tablets tend to lack. More often than not, they also have less generous onboard storage, weaker processors (Than 10inch Tablets) and Lower battery Capacity.

Large 10-inch tablets

10 inch Tablets

If you regularly type documents and emails, or if you watch a lot of films on your tablet, a larger screen will make things easier. Larger tablets tend to offer more storage capacity, such as 32GB and 64GB of storage. This is useful if you want to store films, games and music on your tablet. And they’re more likely to have ports such as full USB and mini SD slots too, for transferring files and expanding storage.
Pros: Generally speaking, larger displays are better for video watching and doing work on your tablet. Bigger devices are more likely to have better connectivity too, with some hosting full-sized USB ports.

Cons: If you want a Best Buy 10-inch tablet you’ll have to pay around 480,000 UGX  for the cheapest on test, with most premium models costing more than 600,000 UGX

If you ever wanted to bring the best in your child, this is the best time to see your child improve in all aspects. Top Researchers Believe that, the best Combo to bring learning, Joy and Happiness  to children is found in Interactive Learning.

Get them a Kids Tablet, with all this. Kenyans are already ahead of Uganda, Kenyan schools already adopted this Advise. and Kenyan Parents have already seen an Improvement in the Grades of their Kids.

We all know Black Friday offers the best holiday season shopping deals, but they only come to those who are prepared and in the right place at the right time. Here are some tips to help you make the most of the sales and discounts so you get the most bang for your Money.

Do Your Research

If you are planning on making a special purchase of Expensive items based on a Black Friday sale, it is important to remember to check consumer reports and read consumer reviews of the item before you decide to make the purchase. If the product is bad, just because you got it for cheap doesn’t make it a good deal. Take the time to make sure it’s a quality product and worth getting up early or staying up late for the price cut.   This Means Expensive Gadgets will Have a Discount of about 20%-40% to Keep their Value in Line.

Browse the Deals Before You Go

Thanks to our site, you can get a good idea of what deals before Black Friday shopping starts. Knowing the Retailer (us) will help you decide where  you want to buy, will help with budgeting, and will help you see who you have left to shop for. As you browse the deals, make a list with the product, who it’s for, the price, the location, and any special hours for the sale.


Save Enough Money

The Great Deals will Be so attractive for you, and those with the Money will be Buying items while you look, That’s why its Important for to have Enough Money to spend, because Gadgets are going to be really Low.


Alibaba Group Holding Ltd) Singles’ Day festival posted a record 120.7 billion yuan ($17.73 billion) worth of sales on Friday, Chinese shoppers searched for deeper discounts As per the Results of the Day in the Deatiled Report according alibaba.

Employees sort parcels at a logistic centre of ZTO Express during the Alibaba 11.11 global shopping festival, in Beijing, China November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee

Employees sort parcels at a logistic centre of ZTO Express during the Alibaba 11.11 global shopping festival, in Beijing, China November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee

Now to the Ordinary Ugandan, China’s 11.11 is Our Version of Black Friday, | The question our Marketing Manager is asking is, If China Spent That Amout, How far are Ugandans willing to Spend Online During the Uggadgets Black Friday Mega Sale

Employees work extra hours to pack products at a factory during the 11.11 shopping festival, in Taicang, Jiangsu province, China, November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer

Employees work extra hours to pack products at a factory during the 11.11 shopping festival, in Taicang, Jiangsu province, China, November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer

Amid fanfare and celebrity razzmatazz, sales on Alibaba’s platforms had raced to a billion dollars in less than five minutes and broke past last year’s total with almost nine hours of the day-long shopping gala to spare.



An employee sorts parcels at a logistic centre of ZTO Express during the Alibaba 11.11 global shopping festival, in Beijing, China November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee

An employee sorts parcels at a logistic centre of ZTO Express during the Alibaba 11.11 global shopping festival, in Beijing, China November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee

Uganda can Copy a leaf from China and Embrace Online Shoppping Expecially if A customer can Pay for the Goods on Delivery

People watch a screen displaying the total value of goods sold during Alibaba Group's 11.11 Singles' Day global shopping festival in Shenzhen, China, November 12, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

People watch a screen displaying the total value of goods sold during Alibaba Group’s 11.11 Singles’ Day global shopping festival in Shenzhen, China, November 12, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip



Buying a phone has become a much frequent activity for many buyers nowadays. All smartphone companies are competing with each other very hard to take advantage of this high market demand. New smartphones are being launched every now and then with lots of features to win the hearts of consumers. Customers in Uganda are ready to Spend money to get a phone with maximum features and facilities.

Today we Highlight the Key Aspects to Consider Before Buying  A Smartphones in Uganda Especially on UGGADGETS.COM

Technical Specifications

Buy a Smartphone with the technical specifications that meet your needs. Do you watch videos a lot or spend many hours browsing the Internet? If that’s the case, you would need a phone with a large screen to enhance your experience. Find out the technical specs of the camera. How many megapixels does it offer? Consider if you need a phone with a front facing camera as well for social media interaction and making video calls. You can get all the technical specifications of the phone from the Product Details on the website.

Android vs. iPhone

The next thing you need to consider is the operating system. Which operating system do you prefer? If you are looking for security, ease of use and a sleek polished look, then you should go with the iPhone. However, if you are more into device personalization and versatility, then pick an Android phone.


Obviously you should determine a budget for your new phone. Always try to set an achievable target which will suit your monthly budget. To grab the best deals you should keep an eye on all shopping sites and can compare them on your own. You can find Such Deals on this website, Try to compare price of phones to make the process simpler. Sometimes you can get a way with a better phone if you lose at a Low Cost. So be cautious and do a full research before you go for the final stroke.

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