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Checkout! Images Of The Hottest Phone To Be Unveiled In Kenya (Photos)


If you are the type that love trending and in vogue phone then , you should get ready for the latest style that will be landing in Kenya in the next 30 days.

This trend, which is set to leave many heads turning, will be shipped into the country by Hong Kong-based smartphone maker Infinix.

Infinix Mobility will be unveiling its latest smartphone Hot S, which has been defined as the ‘All Eyes on Me’ phone.

However, has accessed information on the much-anticipated unveiling before the phone makes its debut in the market.

  • Camera

The sleek gadget will come with an amazing 13 Megapixels back camera and 8 Megapixels front camera that will help you capture every beautiful moment.

Are you always worried about bad lighting when taking photos? No need to fret as the front camera of the Hot S will have a dual LED flash while the back camera has a wide angle with soft LED flash to give you crisp images.

The new fad will also allow you to create stunning short films using an array of movie templates that come with the phone.

  • Privacy & Security

The masterpiece phone will also ensure your private information are tightly out of the hands of strangers as it has fingerprint identification technology, which you can use to secure your information.

  • Speed & Storage

Speed is not a problem for this gadget as it has a high-speed 64-bit 8 core CPU.

With this gadget whose details remain hush-toned in the Kenyan market, you can store as many files, as it has an external memory of 16 GB and a RAM of 2 GB.

  • Display 

The high-end gadget will come with a 5.2-inch display and 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution.

Reports indicate the Hot S will be sold exclusively at Safaricom and Infinix branded shops at pocket-friendly price ranging from Sh16,000-Sh18,000.

Here are photos of the gadget:


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