In central Africa or other economically less developed countries people often use very cheap smartphones, like from tecno or other producers. (The situation might be similar in India, where you also have many poor people that need and use cheap smartphones wherever possible.) Also, network might be unstable or slow in these places.
My question here is: Would it already be possible to run an IPFS based app on such smartphones that could help distributing e-Learning material to places that were not reachable for such information before?
Basically, the question is not only, if this is possible, but also if this would make sense. My idea is that it could make sense if such smartphones could distribute data peer to peer, not client server based. So, wherever these underprivileged people live, they might be able to help each other using IPFS, re-distributing learning material, even on slow internet and cheap devices.
What do you think?