This dirt cheap smartphone is a lovechild of MTN, Jumia and Innjoo — has the best specs ever

innjoo smartphone

Before we even go far, let me present to you a hypothetical scenario. Imagine a vitz running on a high end V8 engine. Quite unlikely. How about a state of the art SUV costing as low as a vitz? Maybe, but feasibly impossible.

For just N14K  or approximately $86, you could get your self a smartphone whose specs will make your jaws drop. Innjoo, a smartphone, is now available for sale exclusive on Jumia Nigeria. As if that wasn’t enough, MTN Nigeria is bundling the phone with a free data plan.

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To add some context: Innjoo is a smartphone manufacturer from China, based in United Arab Emirates. With their debut  Android powered handset out of the box,  i1s,  it comes with a number of crazy hardware and software upgrades.

innjoo i1

Operating System‎:‎ Android 4.4 KitKat
Camera Specifications‎:‎ 5.0MP Auto Focus Camera‎,‎ 0.3MP Front Camera
Type of Screen‎:‎ 5‎”‎ FWVGA IPS Capacitive Touchscreen
Memory‎:‎ 1GB RAM‎,‎ 8GB HDD‎.‎ Expandable to 32GB with microSD card
Battery Life‎:‎ 1900mAh Lithium Battery
Processor‎:‎ 1.3GHz Quad‎‐Core Cortex A7

 

 

The battle for cheap (and close to high-end) Android smartphones is clearly evident in Africa. Tecno that has previously assumed the driving seat is now faced with a potential competitor. Innjoo leaves no stone unturned, they are fronting Dual-sim smartphone too.

Image: gettopdeals.blogspot.com | Innjoo

  • Tusiime Kachope Samson

    Now we are getting there. 3 years ago, Safcom had the same arrangement with Huawei and it helped them drive their data market. They are a lot of dirt cheap smartphones out of China and it’s only necessary telcoms do that. They well know that data is the next revenue frontier.

    • Mwesigwa Daniel

      I concur with you 110%!

  • Trigger Man

    i have used this phone but am not pleased. the phone keeps going off everytime i text and i have looked for a service center to take it to but there is none