Infinix sets out to grow presence in the Kenyan market as it launches the “flagship killer” device

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Infinix Mobility in conjunction with Jumia has launched a new device Infinix X509 (Zero2) into the Kenyan market. The new device is the successor of the Infinix Hot Note (X551) which continues to gain popularity among users owing to its long – lasting battery, according to the company, the Infinix Zero2 (X509) promises an even better experience, coupled with a classy design that connotes style and class.

The Zero2 device is set to fulfil aspirations of young entrepreneurs, professionals and even students with regards to its quality, functionality and style at an affordable price. The Infinix X509 device has been designed to meet both the social and productivity needs for this market segment as it addresses the growing demands of the Kenyan dynamic population.

The Infinix Zero 2 is a powerful premium device equipped with exciting specifications including Super Amoled HD screen, Corning gorilla glass 3 with 0.55mm thickness, which enhances touch screen fluidity, as well as a 2GB RAM and Octa Core 2.0 GHz processor.

The sleek device is also designed with a Kevlar back cover that is ultra-strong, light, flexible, 5 times stronger (yet lighter) than steel. The net weight in hand is approximately 118g making it a beautifully packaged companion, which feels perfect in the palm of your hand.

The phone’s screen measures 5.0” with a HD Samsung super Amoled Screen Resolution, 165k colours displayed, 1280 x 720 HD resolution and a dimensions measuring 6.7 mm thickness –118g which makes it light, easy and fun to handle.

Other features of the phone include a 13MP + 5 MP camera with 85 degree wider angle and F 2.0 aperture which admits more light into the sensor to make for sharp and bright pictures.

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The X509 will be available at the start through e-commerce website July 13 2015 and will retail at an introductory price of Ksh19, 999.



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