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Infinix offers Latest Android Smartphone in Kenya


Infinix offers Latest Android Smartphone in Kenya

EXCLUSIVELY on JUMIA for Ksh. 6,999 ($77)

Infinix has the latest Android Smartphone in Kenya –  Infinix Hot X507 a Quad-Core CPU with 16 GB internal memory selling exclusively on Jumia for just Ksh. 6,999 ($77) down from Ksh. 15,999 ($175).

The 5.0 inch dual sim smartphone equipped with the Android 4.4 KitKat OS and 2000mAh battery is the most affordable high tech smartphone in the market after Jumia and Infinix struck the price deal.

The smartphone is the latest being unveiled from Infinix into the Kenyan market. Sources close to Jumia have revealed that the phone is already selling like hot cakes with pre-orders escalating as the clock ticks. Other features include a 5.0MP primary camera, 2MP secondary camera, a sleek design and a 3G network‎‎‎,‎‎‎ that makes sure you always‎,‎ stay in touch with you‎‎‎‎r friends via social apps‎‎‎,‎‎‎ store and listen to your music. See other features here

INFINIX, formerly dubbed Sagem is a brand that entered and left Kenya twice as fast in the years 2002-2005 and was quite popular due to its low prices and design. Sagem rebranded to Infinix and is now offering phone models ranging from Infinix x570, Infinix race-bolt and now Infinix Hot X507 to name but a few.

The phones are designed in France and then assembled in China by a joint venture Mobiwire (Formerly Sagem) and Earning way (Chinese company), Infinix is a company founded in Hong Kong

Customers can purchase the smartphone on the Jumia Infinix Shop and enjoy delivery everywhere in Kenya with free deliveries within Nairobi for products above KES 5,000 ($55) while those below the amount attract a KES 200 ($2) shipping fee. Payment methods include Cash on Delivery, mobile money transfer or credit card and have 7 days to return or exchange product(s).

Related: Are Infinix and Tecno A Hit or A Miss in Kenya?

With deals like these, January won’t be as dry as we know.

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