Infinix Mobility launches Zero 2 phone in Kenyan market
SCI & TECH
By Standard Reporter | July 14th 2015
Infinix and online store Jumia have today launched a premium smartphone device infinix X509 (Zero2) into the Kenyan market.
The Zero2 device is set to fulfil aspirations of young entrepreneurs, professionals and even students looking to enjoy quality, by delivering great functionality and style at an incredibly affordable price.
The Infinix X509 device has been carefully designed to meet both the social and productivity needs this market segment and further sets out to benchmark the quality of affordable, yet trendy, smartphones available in the Kenyan market today.
Announcing the launch, Infinix Mobility Co-Founder and Managing Director Mr. Benjamin Jiang said the Infinix X509 Zero2 device presents yet another opportunity for Kenyans to experience futuristic technology and cutting edge innovation from Infinix Mobility.
Mr. Jiang said: “We acknowledge Kenya’s agility in mobile innovation and we are keen to grow our presence in this market with a view of giving the young people in Kenya a device that will deliver to them the best experience and even spur their creative imagination.”
“Today’s launch of the Zero2 Device is a significant milestone for us as we continue to develop great devices that are aimed at addressing the growing demands of this dynamic population,” he added.
Head of Marketing Mr. Peter Zhou remarking on the launch said the company is committed to providing affordable devices through the factory-to-consumer model, which reduces channel costs hence making the devices more affordable than most competing brands.
“Putting a quality smartphone in the hands of every deserving user is our key motivation. Through the factory-to-consumer model, we are powerfully improving lives by providing devices that enhance productivity,” said Mr. Zhou.
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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