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Firm to provide support for Kenyans to stay home

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By Rawlings Otini | April 13th 2020

The global pandemic caused by the spread of Covid-19 has changed life across the globe. In Kenya as well, many people have been compelled to restrict their movements in order to protect themselves and limit the spread of the disease. As a brand Infinix has launched a few new initiatives to support Kenyans staying home and staying safe.

“The novel coronavirus continues to pose unparalleled challenges to our way of life around the world. This is a time for solidarity and cooperation together.” said Benjamin Jiang, Managing Director of Infinix Mobile, “Infinix aims to provide practical supports to Kenyan people, including both our consumers and staff.”

Attention to the Importance of “Stay Home, Stay Safe”

According to WHO (World Health Organization ), maintaining social distancing is one of the best basic protective measures against the novel coronavirus. Staying at home can reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus and limit its long-term health effect on society. To raise awareness about the virus and advocate for public safety measures, Infinix launched a “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” campaign online and offline, including a billboard in downtown Nairobi today, which conveys the care for all Kenyans and encourages them to stay home and stay safe.

All Around Support for Staff to Stay Safe

During this epidemic period, Infinix is sparing no efforts to preserve the safety of its own employees - Infinix employees are required to wear masks while attending work for proper protection from the virus; retail store promoters are also scheduled to change shifts at desired frequency and the flow of people in Infinix retail stores will be well-controlled to prevent excessive crowding. Infinix has also implemented measures to inform its employees and customers about COVID- 19 prevention tips and keep them informed of the effective measure to stay safe.

New NOTE 7 Series

To support Kenyan consumers maintaining social distance so as to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, while still prioritizing consumers’ needs to acquire the smartphone products without delay, Infinix will also offer an online purchasing via XPARK and free delivery service covering all the available Infinix’s smartphone models in Kenya. This also includes the newly-launched Infinix NOTE 7 series .    

Infinix new NOTE 7 comes in with a 6.95”HD Infinity-O display, MediaTek Helio G70 CPU performance,  48MP Quad AI Camera, industry leading 18w super charge 3.0, and XOS 6.0 operating system based on the latest Android™ 10 system, elevating global users’ smartphone experience to a whole new level. NOTE 7 with 128GB ROM+6GB RAM version will be priced at Sh20,699, 64GB ROM+ 4GB RAM at Sh18,399; NOTE 7 Lite with 64GB ROM +4GB RAM will be priced at Sh15,799.

During the pre-order period, the first 150 customers to order NOTE 7 series on Xpark will receive a high-performance blue-tooth speaker LED lamp which is valued at Sh3,800. While customers who purchase in Infinix retail store will receive Free Gift Bag valued at Sh3,000 which includes Infinix XB04 smart band bracelet. Infinix will also maintain its commitment to strong after-sales service, exemplified by its offering of 100-day broken screen free replacement for NOTE 7 series, normally valued at Sh3,999.

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