Infinix Note 4 Gains Market Attention With Fast Charging Advantage

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DESIGNED for the youths to go beyond, Infinix Note 4 series, just released in the Nigerian market is gaining market attention as a result of key innovative features, especially, the fast charger, Xpen, among others.

While retaining its DNA of stylish design, big screen, big battery and super-fast charge, the product, a 4th generation of the Infinix Note Series, with the first of its kind Stylus pen ‘Xpen’ is crafted with state-of-art technology.

At the launch in Lagos recently, the Regional Manager of smart phone maker, Infinix Africa, Bruno Li had told audience that Inifinix had introduced a new era for their Note series.

True to his statement, the new product has a beautiful design with innovation of super-fast charge as the device has the theme ‘5 minutes charge 250 minutes talk time’ and a battery life of 4500MAH, which charges five times faster and is equipped with Xcharge 4.0. Infinix Note 4 comes in 2 versions the ‘Note 4 & Note 4 Pro’, which are both budget friendly and runs on 7.0 Android.

Crafted with finger print, the device also comes with other remarkable features such as 5.7FHD screen, 13MP AF back camera, 8MP-mega pixels front camera, Xpen, Octa-core 1.3GHz 64bits, 32GB ROM, with expandable storage space to 128gb and 3GB RAM, 4G enabled and XOS 2.3.

The launch, which received a massive reception, also led to the smartphone becoming Nigeria’s most searched Android smartphone on Google the first time a mid-range smartphone has taken the search lead.

Coming in three colours, champagne Gold, Ice Blue and Milan Black, customers, according to the tech giant, customers could pre-order the new Infinix Note 4 at all partner stores in Nigeria and get free Dual-Noise cancelling earphones or 3D speakers when they pre order before the 7th of July when it will be available in the market.

The retail price for Infinix Note 4 is N53, 000 and N58, 000 for the 32GB + 3GB and the Note 4 Pro will retail for N66, 000 respectively.

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