Infinix Mobility Limited, a leading Africa smartphone maker has collaborated with 9Mobile and MTN Nigeria, two of Nigeria’s mobile network operators to introduce its latest mobile devices, Hot 9 and Hot 9 plus into the Nigerian smartphone market.
Speaking at the launch held within the premises of Federal College of Technology, Akoka, Lagos last week, the country manager, Jay Liu, said that the latest devices reiterates the quality Infinix smartphone represents, especially through its double amazing rare cameras in our society that is currently heavily influenced by high quality photography.
“We at Infinix Mobility Limited have noticed the impact of good quality imagery in today’s society and have structured our smartphones to not only have remarkable photo centric features but consumers that are predominantly young, tech savvy trendsetters,” he said that the Hot 6 and the Hot 6 Pro are truly revolutionary smartphones and substantial improvement from its predecessors with the hot series whom were also of high quality.
“The Hot series has gained a lot of popularity since its emergence into the consumer market due to its splendid camera centric features that appeal to its youthful vibrant target audience. According to Liu, the Hot 6 was released in conjunction with telecommunication powerhouse, 9mobile while the Hot 6 pro was released in collaboration with MTN.
“This entails that with every purchase of the Hot 6 at any authorized 9mobile retail shop and every purchases of Hot 6 pro at any authorized MTN retail shop, the consumer is guaranteed lots of freebies which include a huge internet data bonus to stay connected for a long period of time,” he said.
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