All About Smartphones: Meet The New Infinix Hot Smartphone In Partnership With Konga (imagesand Price)

Friday, November 14, 2014

Meet The New Infinix Hot Smartphone In Partnership With Konga (imagesand Price)

Today at the Protea Hotel in Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria, Infinix took the wraps off the Infinix Hot smartphone, model number X507 in patnership with Konga, the Nigerian online retail store.

The smartphone as said by the head of marketing Mr Peter Zhou is a smartphone "designed of luminous covers will make you stand out at night. It’s really good news for the young generations who love social and nightlife". 

The specifications of the Infinix Hot smartphone is listed below which is exactly as described in one of our earlier posts.

  • 2G/3G/3.75G network
  • Network bands GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Network bands WCDMA: 900/1200 MHz
  • Dual SIM/Dual standby
  • Dimensions 142.4 x 73.2 x 10.1 mm and weighs just 160g
  • Android 4.4.2 operating system
  • 5.0 inch FWVGA IPS capacitive touchscreen with 16 million colours
  • Resolution of 480 x 854 pixels
  • Quad Core MediaTek 1.3GHz processor
  • MAli 400 GPU
  • 5.0 mega pixel back AF camera with flashlight and a 2.0 mega pixel front facing camera
  • 16GB internal memory with a memory card slot for external SD card that supports up to 32GB SD card
  • 1GB RAM
  • WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth v4.0, USB, GPS, AGPS and 3.5mm earphone jack
  • G sensor, proximitysensor and Light Sensor
  • 2000mAh battery power
The device is expected to come in 5 different colors as shown in the image above. Furthermore, glowing cases would be available for purchase if you are interested.

The glowing cases would make it easier for your phone to be easily seen in the dark especially in a casewhere it was misplaced or if you just want to showoff your swag.

The Price tag for this smartphone is unbelievably low. The Infinix Hot smartphone would be sold for just N12,900 and would be available for sale starting November 21st through the Konga online retail store

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  1. We never settle Zero problems. You're bringing this hot. Nigeria is indeed a dumping ground.
    My zero retuned since October 27 (sim slot one not working on arrival) is yet to be returned . Till then am giving you a -1.
    You guys are mean. You deliberately blocked me on fb bcos i have issues with you. But wen i was singing your praises and advertising you phone you were happy. I don't expect this kind of behaviour from a company worth it's salt.

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  2. For me, I don't have any problem with infinix zero at all.... I have to sell my blackberry q10 cause I soo much like the infinix zero the only problem was the battery and the hotness but far better than blackberry Z10... I will be the first to order it for my younger brother cause I'm still rocking my infinix zero 16g..

  3. Lol. Infinix Hot!? So it's gonna be hotter than Infinix Zero? Fix problems with zero first. That sh!t goes as hot as 55degrees

  4. Currently I sent one Infinix Zero to my babe in the US. It has fallen from her more than 50 times. No scratch nor screen breakage with the phone. Also it doesn't get hot. I really dont know what happened to your phone Titi but you should request a replacement especially seeing how sim 2 isn't functional.

    The battery life can also be enhanced by reducong the backlight of the phone because of the high quality and bright screen coupled with constant H+ network signal, the battery would drop more. Something I have experience with my iPhone.

  5. I'm really surprised there are people with Infinix Zero problems. That phone is a blessing. Especially considering the immense value for money that it provides. I have absolutely no problems with it. Matter of factly several people have gone ahead to get it on my recommendation, and they are all very very happy with it.

    1. That's right Jay J, some of the people I recommended it to speak highly of th phone. The only drawback is the battery life.

    2. I used the Infinix Zero for just a week (Oct 1-7) and the problems I had with it at that time were the poor battery life and having to handle the phone like an egg as there were no protective cases at that time. Aside that, I must say it's a lovely phone.

      I'm quite positive handlers of the brand would've capitalised on feedback gotten on issues with the Zero to make the HOT appealing

    3. I have the same feeling too however, it despends on when the Infinix Hot production started. If production an design started way before feedback on the Infinix zero happened then perhaps the same mistake would be observed.


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