New 6.0-inch smartphone introduced into the Nigerian market on Black Friday

The smartphone also comes with a 4000 mAh Li-polymer battery which Infinix says will last two days.

Infinix executives at the launch of the Infinix Note 2

Infinix Mobility has announced its latest NOTE series product – the Infinix NOTE 2.

“Customers, response toward Infinix HOT NOTE had been so positive, with Infinix NOTE 2 we want to raise the bar and offer better product. Infinix Mobility is offering new dimensions and new features that will simplify your daily use," said Benjamin Jiang Infinix Mobility’s CEO.

The Infinix NOTE 2 has a large 6.0-inch screen with slim bezels and 720x1280 HD resolution. The NOTE is also equipped with an advanced 13MP rear camera and an optimized 3P lens 2MP front camera f/2.0 aperture. The rear camera features a Samsung S5K3M2 ISOCELL CMOS sensor and 5P lens with an f/2.0 sensor aperture offering a 78 degree shooting angle.

The smartphone also comes with a 4000 mAh Li-polymer battery which Infinix says will last two days. The device utilizes a MT6753 Mediatek chipset to power NOTE 2, and sport Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box.

Other features of the device include smart gestures and ultra-power saver mode and Inifnix says it will be available at Jumia, Slot, Yudala, and Microstation at recommended retail prices of N27,000 for the 16GB ROM+1GB RAM version and N31,600 for the 16GB ROM+2GB RAM version.

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