The mobile market in recent time has witnessed an influx of various phone brands, but neither of the high-tech companies has reached their goals in the Nigerian marketplace. However, Infinix Mobility has marked its entry with a significant turning point in the telecommunication ecosystem. Recently, in collaboration with Google, Infinix Mobility launched Infinix Hot 2 as the first official Android One product with lollipop 5.1 in Africa.
In its three years, Infinix Mobility has built a strong reputation in the Nigerian market and globally from the Middle East, Europe and South East Asia regions.
By April, a technology storm hit Nigeria; African market is a special market—facing energy issues, Bruno Li, Country Manager for Nigeria, stated, “As a High-tech company, it is our duty to deliver product that brings concrete solutions to the market.” Infinix Hot note a 2 days battery life smartphone and super fast charging technology (30 min charge 7 hours use) was released by the manufacturer.
June 2015, the honourable successor of Infinix Zero series, Zero 2 delivered high specs and premium design, first of its kind on the continent. With its 5 inches HD Super Amoled and an ultra efficient 13 MP camera, Zero 2 brings to Africa bright and sharp vision of the High tech industry. Talking about design, the device weighs only 118g.
The biggest surprise is the unique material selected by Infinix R&D. In fact Zero 2 comes with a Kevlar battery back cover that is used in aeronautic equipments, safety and military industry. Kevlar is highly resistive against shock and five times lighter than steel.
This time, Infinix decided to launch the device in the most prestigious university of Nigeria, Unilag University. Bruno Li, Infinix Nigeria Country Manager said “Being closer to our fans and end-users is what makes us understanding the market. We like to interact with our users either online or offline. “
Infinix Mobility partnered with Google, Jumia and MTN, three pillars of the High-tech ecosystem. Infinix launched Infinix HOT 2, the 1st official Android One product with lollipop 5.1 in Africa. Moreover the device comes with a 2GB RAM which will be a standard for the market. The operating system will be getting an update to the latest Android version up to two years. With the Hot 2, the largest African operator MTN is offering 1GB data for 500 Naira to fit consumers need in data connection. Finally HOT 2 has break new records with 30 000 units sold online in seconds.