About Tomisin Olujinmi
Tomisin is a staff writer at MUO with a penchant for breaking down complex topics into easily digestible bits. He first started writing reviews of phones and gadgets in 2016 and loves reading spec sheets and tinkering with new technology.
Currently, he writes about DIY tech for MakeUseOf and looks forward to expanding his horizons.
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