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“It’s a symbol of status” Larry Madowo explains why he can’t wait to part with 103K to buy new phone

November 08, 2017 at 12:39
"It's a symbol of status" Larry Madowo explains why he can't wait to part with 103K to buy new phone

Ujaluo gharama! Larry Madowo has affirmed that he will be among the first Kenyans to buy iPhone X. The phone was recently released to the market.

iPhone is an exclusive brand that speaks volumes about your pocket. iPhone X was released on Friday November 3rd in US and Kenyans are already talking about buying the phone.

Larry Madowo can’t wait to buy the phone after his cousin who resides in US sent him photos. Larry says his cousin Charles Madowo told him New Yorkers were queuing to buy iPhone X.

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Larry Madowo with his cousin Charles Madowo

“THE IPHONE X (pronounced “ten”) came out on Friday and my cousin, Charles Madowo, sent me a picture of several dozen people waiting in line hours before Apple stores opened in New York,” wrote Madowo in part.

$1,000/Kes 103,000

iPhone X is being sold at $1,000 or Kes 103,000 in America. Larry says he can’t wait to part with the 103k because the phone is a symbol of status.

“You can unlock it by just looking at it and has these things called animojis that allow you to take ordinary emojis and make them mimic your actual facial expressions.

“The camera has one or two nifty tricks added and the whole thing has a pretty Apple logo thrown at the back. For all those gimmicks, the price costs more than most laptops and almost every other phone on the market. Is Sh100,000 too much to spend on a phone?

“Sure, it is a status symbol and I can’t wait to get my hands on one but this is probably where our consumerism culture gone mad has truly fallen apart.”

 

 

 

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  1. Money is disturbing this man

    • Sheila Ichea Ougwafuo : November 9, 2017 at 5:05 am

      You think it’s disturbing him because you got nothing,and you will he could give it to you.leave him alone.

  2. If you can afford that,you are lucky

  3. Spend all the money when you have it

  4. Timothy Wafula : November 8, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    Its worth it? i dont think so

  5. Yvonne Mwangi : November 8, 2017 at 5:34 pm

    This gadget is over priced but let me stick to my lane

  6. True son of the lakeside. You can take a man from the lakeside away from the lake,but you can’t take away a lakeside life away from.Go for it brother hii pesa hiyo ndiyo kazi take. I like it.

  7. True son of the lakeside. You can take a man from the lakeside away from the lake,but you can’t take away a lakeside life away from him.Go for it brother hii pesa hiyo ndiyo kazi yake. I like it.

  8. Wacha wivu tu.what’s wrong with Madowo going for such a phone. Money in itself is worthless unless it satisfies some yearning. People spend money in other ways that make little sense. Treat yourself young money

  9. Sheila Ichea Ougwafuo : November 9, 2017 at 5:01 am

    Guys you need to understand one thing.$1000 that is kshs100000 it’s not a lot of money.Am from ghana and that is around 4000 in my country.I can’t believe Larry Madison is treading because of a phone.How about those who by phones for $1000000.leave that alone i have at least 15 pairs of shoes that I bought more than $1000 and they are designer shoes.You can also pay more than that money for a ticket. Just for a day to reach to your destination anywhere in the world.So Guys please grow up or make money it’s out there,$1000 it’s nothing. If you can buy a phone with it. That means it’s useless,Am very sure he is laughing at you all for making it a headline or let’s say breaking news.HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHE, Please.

  10. John marchford : November 9, 2017 at 9:06 am

    What is too much between using a hundred k buy drinking beer and wine or buying a phone? Men I would buy a phone ? times

  11. Kevin odhiambo : November 9, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    We have serious and important things to do. What brand of car does this 30 year-old drive in the first place?

  12. Anatoa kwa chama..

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