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Infinix Hot 2 Specifications and Features

August 7, 2015 Lagos, Nigeria– Infinix Mobility announced the launch of the new Infinix Hot 2 phone in collaboration with. Google™ to bring high-performance, low-cost Android™ experience to Nigerians. The device, which is the first smartphone on the Android One™ program in Africa, will enable all users enjoy the latest version of Android with guaranteed software upgrades after release, premium hardware specs and a wide range of customized apps. Speaking on the device, Benjamin Jiang, MD, Infinix Mobility, stated that the new Infinix Hot 2 will redefine the smartphone industry in Nigeria.   He said: “At Infinix we believe that Nigerian end-users deserve to experience the latest in trendy smartphones at competitive price. That is why we are pleased to collaborate with Google to deliver this unique smartphone; the Infinix Hot 2. We are confident that the phone will push the frontiers of smartphone technology to the next level.” The Infinix Hot 2 is made of glossy materials

How To Check If Your Android Phone is Vulnerable To StageFrightSecurity Threat

How safe is your Android device from the Stagefright bug?  Android owners have been warned recently about the Stagefright vulnerability that can hack up to 95  percent of Android devices. A hacker can send a malicious MMS to your cell phone number and quietly infiltrate the device even without the knowledge of the user. After taking control of the Android device, it can be exploited using remote code execution bugs to collect private data and even perform functions on the device. How to find out if your device is safe or not From the security research firm that discovered the Stagefright vulnerability, Zimperium has recently  launched the Stagefright Detector App. This will help you find out if your device is vulnerable to the  security bug, and if you need to update your mobile operating system.  Nexus devices, a few Samsung models, and OnePlus One with a CyanogenMod nightly have already received patches that protect against the Stagefright vulnerability. But if you’re