Infinix S4: Selfie game-changer now in Kenya
SCI & TECH
By Correspondent | April 16th 2019
Nairobi, Kenya: Infinix mobile is the latest phone company to launch a new model in the country. The new handset which is set to empower customers comes with a 32 mega pixel AI Selfie camera, and waterdrop display product.
Infinix launched the S4 at Serena Hotel, the event was graced by key media houses and celebrities. The smartphone was made available on their e-commerce platform, Infinixmall. Infinix users can now pre-order the Infinix S4 in retail stores by paying a deposit of Sh4,000 and they will get gift hamper worth Sh10,000. The phone will officially be available on sale beginning April 23. The phone is available in two variants, 32+3 at Sh14,999 and 64+6 at Sh18,999.
Infinix has done very well in the past in the entry level category with its SMART and HOT series options. The S series branched out of the HOT series to focus on selfie optimization.
The phone also comes with a triple rear camera for much better portrait images, super-fast octa-core chipset, a large 4000mAh battery.
Imagine vivid selfies that can be captured with the 32MP AI selfie camera, such a big capacity with 1.6um ultra pixels and an F2.0 aperture. The camera has a far much higher capacity for light intake and absorption, producing such surreal selfies that can only be fantasized about.
The advanced sensor and 5P optical lens give the best contrast and resolution ratios for optimal image refinement. The triple 13MP+8MP+2MP rear camera is an added bonus, permitting the capturing of wider angles as opposed to those captured by an ordinary dual camera phone.
The triple cameras cater to the depth, distance and field of view respectively, with the S4 allowing
“The Infinix S4 is a premium designed to offer excellent selfie camera and performance feature. We have integrated a range of the latest AI technologies on the smartphone and we are certain that the S4 will over deliver on its promise.” Said Migwi Livingstone, Chief Business Development Officer, Transsion Holding East Africa.
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